So I wondering…
I’ve found one similar question like this on this site and already read the answers that showed up but I don’t quite really satisfied yet. (I’m not quite sure if it’s okay to just put some usernames so I wouldn’t. I hope this will be okay too, hope you get what I mean).
So, I have this question from watched one of Video of Zakir Naik on youtube. This is the link of the video that I had watched just in case there’s anybody want to watch it or take a look or anything : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr6TPAVE1RU&t=545s
So, referring from that video, Zakir Naik mentioned about Surah Al Ahzaab  : 72 for answering this question, i guess.
Surah Al Ahzaab  : 72 : “Truly, we did offer the Amanah to the heavens and the earth, and the mountains, but they declined to bear it and were afraid of it. But man bore it. Verily, he was unjust and ignorant.”
I get this from : http://www.quran4u.com/tafsir%20ibn%20kathir/033%20Ahzab.htm
So the problem is, I can’t see the relation between the question and the verse (is that right word to say this?) because of the question is more like ask to: do you want to be human or else and what written in that verse is word: man and this making me assume that we are all already being human when we asked. And word Amanah, isn't this just make this verse more likely, offer the Amanah to human not asking do you want to be human or just pass?
So, am I misinterpreting this? Or am I missed something so that’s why now I'm asking this to get more suitable answer? Is there any more verse or hadith or something that has more clear explanation?
I hope I explained this right so everyone gets what I mean.