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13. It shouldn't be about discussing what makes a life worth living; the Socratic question could just as easily have been, "What makes life, life?"

It shouldn't be about discussing what makes a life worth living; the Socratic question could just as easily have been, "What makes life, life?" The pursuit and the purpose are

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It shouldn't be about discussing what makes a life worth living; the Socratic question could just as easily have been, "What makes life, life?"

The pursuit and the purpose are one and the same. Life is life. Ordered chaos.

Daniel Sanderson

Published 3 years ago