Learn to die!
One does not learn how to die by killing others.
- François-René de Chateaubriand (1768-1848)
What would learning to die mean? Consider death is a mirror, we experience death with life and move through the journey with the people around us. The closest of friends, family members and significant influences in our lives effect us, shape us and affect outcomes. Flavored with forgiveness and aptitude, the propensity towards goodness is explained through a benevolent tit-for-tat game theory. Retaliatory actions begets the potential of reconciliation, however incipit. Capital punishment is an end in itself. Peace on earth starts with living a life worth living.
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