Be you perfect as I am perfect. God is not physical in nature therefore if humans came to extinction, "humans" would continue on a spiritual level as "Jesus" did after his resurrection. I would rather be with Father on this level and wish everyone the same experience since it is an amazing one instead of the suffering life to all.
Well, that's an interesting fantasy, but that's not how TUB says it works. We have to earn that spiritual level. If the whole world implodes on Thursday, none of us will be on the same spiritual level as Jesus. We will pick up on the mansion worlds exactly where we left off on earth. There is no instantaneous miracle that occurs upon death that suddenly transforms people into righteous beings. People have to labor for it.
Why wish away such a fantastic opportunity as the one we have on this planet where righteous characters are being forged out between the anvil of necessity and the hammers of anguish and suffering? To me your fantasy does look like wish fulfillment and a desire to skip the necessity, anguish and suffering in order to advance to a position of unearned bliss. It's the cheaters way, in my opinion, and God in his great wisdom and justice simply does not allow it. He demands that we do the necessary work, anguish and suffering included. God cannot transform us into perfect beings overnight and that's what the 'end of the world folks' want God to do, end the wicked world and give them a place of unearned bliss. The world is not wicked, people are. You change the world by changing people, yourself included.
47:3.1 On the mansion worlds the resurrected mortal survivors resume their lives just where they left off when overtaken by death.
48:0.2 The morontia life, extending as it does over the various stages of the local universe career, is the only possible approach whereby material mortals could attain the threshold of the spirit world. What magic could death, the natural dissolution of the material body, hold that such a simple step should instantly transform the mortal and material mind into an immortal and perfected spirit? Such beliefs are but ignorant superstitions and pleasing fables.
194:3.2 The religions of pessimistic despair seek to obtain release from the burdens of life; they crave extinction in endless slumber and rest. These are the religions of primitive fear and dread. The religion of Jesus is a new gospel of faith to be proclaimed to struggling humanity. This new religion is founded on faith, hope, and love.
And here is another thing to consider. When TUB uses the word 'extinction', it means the END of EXISTENCE. In other words, if I became extinct next Thursday, I would go nowhere. I would no longer be. Period. I would not be floating on a cloud with Jesus playing a harp. I would simply not be. End of story. Kaput. Done. So, it's probably not useful to use that word on a TUB forum because everyone here connects it with iniquity and the end of existence forever, a state of non-reality.