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May 14, 2010


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we can not lose what we do not have in the first place.
if what we have is true (living), we cannot lose it.

or am i delusional.


our faith?


you ask "are we willing to hear Nietzsche’s concerns or shall we recoil in defensiveness?"

this inspires a truly worthy examination.
what do we have to lose?

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