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Life and Death posted 07 March 2007 in Philosophy DiscussionLife and Death by avatar_of_existence, Peralogue

Sokar, I do hear what you are saying, but I do believe that some lives are valued more. They just are. I could throw around names, but you know them already and that is my point. I wasn't attempting to quantify any such value. Perhaps those who are great are those who perceive the beauty of things, according to your vision of 'we are all equal'. Also I do believe while we are all equal in life, we certaintly are not equal in death. Many are forgotten, vey few remembered. The quest to be memorable. Why not? If it wasn't for this quest we wouldn't have people like Bakker in the world. Or maybe not. view post


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