my beliefs and thoughts are my reality; language to me is one of many tools to experience “my world” and express such experiences.
i do not doubt though that language can shape your reality to a certain extent as the phrase language does not only include your external but also your internal conversations and commentary, and i furthermore believe that a more conscious usage of these can influence your personal reality (to a positive degree) if you are willing not just to adopt negative thoughts, thinking habits and motivations without reflecting on them, but turning them from something repressive to something assertive.
but that is a very limited answer compared to the extent it could have if i was to debate with you on linguistic relativity, may it be for a single individual or even a whole group of people. it is a highly interesting subject nevertheless. thank you for the question.
honestly, i plain and simply fail to comprehend a life of eternity. it even makes me feel a little anxious. i am very fond of (our) reality - a constant coming to life and dying, a beginning and an end. i would not want to live an eternity even if it means sacrificing one dream for another, prioritizing, failing.
wether one would achieve all they have dreamed of when they live for an eternity? i do not know. i doubt it. in order to achieve your dreams one has to be able to make certain decisions, fail, reflect, learn from mistakes, retry. too many people lack those abilities. and too many people aim for too much rather than being satisfied with what they got and what is beautiful.
given that i am in a relationship, and given that i committed to this relationship, because i love and do not imagine myself on any other human beings side, and given that my partner is not female: no.
apart from that, i hope you can forgive that my sexual preferences are my private affairs.