1. Fruits should be labours of love for all who respond.

Daniel Sanderson
Jan 1, 2018

Fruits should be labours of love for all who respond.

At first appearance, this ethic appears to be an awkward word arrangement. The context is revealing, it was part of a poem called, Shelley, Oppen and the planksip® Poet. The fictional phenomenon; Dr. Cory Elliot proclaimed, “Poets are the legislators of knowledge!”. This on top the shoulders of Percy Bysshe Shelley and her husband George Oppen. The ethic and use of should in this instance refers to an endorsement for producing something worthy of exchange or replication. Ability is a watch-word for responsibility and has lengthy applications in my perspectives on the topics of free will and consciousness. Do you have an ability to respond?

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