He'll be a mind-slave to his "god", so it won't matter, will it?<quoted text>I'm sure it's a great comfort to you to think you're going to live forever. Just curious, have you really thought about what that would be like? In this life we have dreams, aspirations, goals, always moving forward toward those goals, and even when reached, new goals are realized. When you have eternity, what becomes of your mind when all of those dreams and goals have been met? Everything you ever wanted would be accomplished, you would eventually run out of goals and desires, then what? You would still have another million years stretched out before you, and a billion after that, and more to follow. I can't imagine a worse hell. Quite possibly this is the real hell, time without end, an endless life with nothing to accomplish. I would beg for death, but apparently it would never come, no end would be possible. Be very careful what you wish for!!!!!!
After the first 100 years or so, the endless repeating of the "hosannah" will have created such a grove in what's left of his brains that, like someone damaged by crack, he'll have lost all sense of self.
And become nothing more than a robotic broken record, feeding the massive ego of his god.
And devoid of any original thoughts of any kind.
No better than a talking houseplant, really...