No, because under this setup there are desires that I don't think can be perfectly fulfilled. It could either rewrite who people are on a fundamental level or it could create very convincing facsimiles. One would be a violation of people's very being and the other would be an elaborate lie. Frankly it all sounds rather depressing. In fact if this were something that were real and demonstrable I think I'd sooner suffer to death than decide to die with dignity should I ever end up in a situation where that's something that needs to be considered.
I think there was a Korean story where a guy asked for unlimited wishes and he kept using them until he got bored and miserable. So he made his final wish which was "to be happy" but it meant that he really did feel nothing but happiness and had to be spoon fed, had his diaper changed, etc because he was incapable of doing anything else.
that would imply you would lose all that happiness as anyone that commits suicide it darkens their soul and voids them of happiness and causes them to restart from the bottom. but for those that don't believe or witnessed via near death experiences, then they'll think what they'll think.
Is there a time limit to it? Cause I can just wait it out, enjoy the rest of my life and get Nirvana at the end of my life.
If there isn't then no, If there is. It might run across my mind for a bit and make me consider, however I won't believe that will come from just any douche that first tells me "If you die right now, you will enjoy all the eternal pleasure"
What are the parameters here? Do I have to die this moment or can I live out my life naturally first? Let's presume that it is the former otherwise there is nothing to lose in the deal. I probably wouldn't take the offer because as I have argued in the past, an eternal amount of anything renders it completely valueless. If your every desire is instantly fulfilled then none of them have any meaning. It would be like handing a hundred dollar bill to a person with unlimited funds in their bank account. If you say that I would be happy for all eternity regardless then my life and happiness itself would have zero value. I would just be a mindless happiness zombie for all eternity. No thanks.
Alrighty then. Today Im drunk and bored enough and versed in cqc. Here we go.
Lets put this whole lazy ass attitiude of the whole idea aside. What you had written is a contradiction in itself. Happyness, desire, posession, joy and love are concepts of the human mind that functions on a basis of a living human brain tissue. An analogy would be me giving you all the computergames of your desire but putting you in a room without electricity or a platform to run those games. Death is ceasing of your own existence not expanding it with benefits. Well if part of me would be idiotic enough to belive this, I would question myself how this could have been working, as my desire woulde be not have been died, but have my wishes fullfilled, rendering this whole deal impossible by taking out the prerequisite. My conclusion would be it is a sceme of either a death cult or an edgy teenager. If my mind would ever accept the existence of such nonsensical concept, that would leave me with the conclusion of having a psychological ond/or logical malfunction. Thats why I would question my sanity. cheers.