Rogues, would you live forever?
—Frederick the Great (1712-1786)
Death is the Road Most Traveled and in a State of Utter Despair
Rogues, would you live forever?
—Frederick the Great (1712-1786)
The titled responsion is determinism in nature, end of story!
A question often asked about rogues is would you die of a heart attack? This question comes up more often than most because rogues can have a deadly effect on the party if they aren't killed quickly. Rogues are the best party members in group PvP because they don't get to be hit as much or take much damage from enemy attacks. They are great when the enemies do get to get close to you because they will be able to get their attacks off fast. But what happens when they die? If you aren't careful, they can ruin your whole group!
This is why it's so important for players of Rogues to learn how to use their "tricks". When playing a Rogue, you should always try and hit the most number of things. The easiest way to do this is to throw daggers or crossbows. You need to keep in mind that you will not have the best weapon; you will be able to get off a lot of them quickly. When an enemy gets close to you, throw at least three daggers so they all hit simultaneously. Use their stamina when possible and use it right. This means that if you are fighting against a human or another non-rogue, you need to use whatever abilities you have available to you against the other person.
Would you die of a heart attack? It is possible, but rogues can keep themselves alive for long enough that you don't have to worry. So, when playing a rogue, you should always look for ways to increase your stamina and use that to the maximum.
Let a hundred flowers bloom, let a hundred schools of thought contend."
—Mao Zedong's (1893-1976)
The titled responsion is fallacious in her movement towards happiness. I am talking about eudaimonia ...
Let a hundred flowers bloom; let a hundred schools of thought contend. Let a hundred philosophies blossom; let one man's belief be the rule and not the exception; let him be his own man. Let each of us follow his thoughts and take charge of his destiny.
If there are two opinions on life, one person believes it, and the other person is not convinced, then let the individual who is not persuaded by the first opinion let him live and let the individual who believes it lives. That individual that believes it will live to be an old man and the individual that does not think it will live to be a young man. Let each one live according to his own will and choice and follow his own path. Let us live for each other's dreams. Let our individual destinies be guided by the good or evil intentions of others, but let us live in harmony with our fellow man and allow them to prosper, let us live together in harmony and joyous fellowship and love one another in harmony and peace. Let the light of truth shine through us and in us; let all good in us shine forth to others with joy.
Let us all rise above ourselves, let us rise above our petty and selfish desires, let us rise above the fear of the unknown, and let us arise as a nation; let us rise up and make a stand for what is right and let us put down evil wherever we see it and when we see evil do something about it. Let us rise above the foolishness of everyday life and come together as a nation; let us rise above each other's petty and selfish desires and live as one for the good of all. Let us have freedom and liberty, and let us have fun together.
You always remember your first
After the first death, there is no other.
—Dylan Thomas (1914-1953)
The titled responsion pokes fun at this novel experience, unique to life and forgettable.
What if there is only one death? That is the question that is asked by those who feel as if they are the only person left living in a relationship. They are not alone because everyone who has been married at some point in their life has had to deal with the problem of the person they were supposed to live with no longer being alive.
This is a tricky situation because there is only one person left in a relationship, and their sense of loss will make them want to be with only one person for the rest of their lives. Sometimes, this can be a difficult thing to accomplish. However, there are ways to deal with this situation. You first need to realize that there is just one death. It does not have to affect the rest of your life or your children's.
One of the biggest challenges in dealing with one death is letting go of any guilt for regularly thinking about your other half. If you are not feeling guilty, you will know that the problem is far from unmanageable. You will have to allow yourself time to get over this feeling.
When this time comes, you will have to make a conscious decision to talk to your family members and let them know there has been a death. You should also tell them what it was about their loved one that caused their death. This is so important that you need to make sure that they understand.
Even though you are the last person that knows anything about this person, you have to make sure that you do not try to interfere with any investigation that is going on. Remember, the person's family and friends will look out for their best interest as much as you are. If you try to interfere with their investigation, they will most likely feel you are not working with them.
You also need to take steps to prepare for the transition. This means that you need to have a way to get your things organized before the funeral. You need to be prepared and you need to be ready to handle the situation. This means you need to find a way to store your things and get them in order to have them ready when you have a chance to be there for the service.
A death that is not announced is just as upsetting to the person's family and friends as one that is because of accidental death. When this is the case, it can be even harder to deal with. You need to know that there will be people who will want to offer you help so that you do not feel alone.
After the death, it will be a learning process for everyone involved. It is important that you have some support along the way as you navigate the grieving process.
If you can, write a poem or a few lines about how your loved one will be missed. It is always nice to send a card expressing your condolences to the person's family. These cards are always comforting and will make the bereaved more comfortable during this difficult time.
The funeral arrangements should not be removed because of the above reasons. You must ensure you are doing everything you can to prepare for the funeral. It is a good idea to set aside some money for the arrangements so that you will not have to worry about them later.
When someone passes away, the grieving process will be the last thing on their minds for quite a while. This is one reason that makes life so difficult for people in this situation. You will want to ensure you are in a place where you can grieve.
There is only one death that can happen in your life; that is no reason why you should not share the news with people you care about. You should tell your loved ones when you know they are in mourning, but before you know it, they will also be asking you for help. Do not let this happen too late.
Ours is the century of enforced travel of disappearances. The century of people helplessly seeing others, who were close to them, disappear over the horizon.
—John Berger (1926-2017)
The titled responsion refers to a bifurcating high road of avoiding the morality of staying in place.
I am referring to the necessity of traveling, not simply traveling for enjoyment, on a whim, or to escape the drudgery of one's daily grind. The "others" in your life, your community, and your resilience strategy are what we all should be focusing on. I am not offering this as an orthodoxy of sorts, the transmission of this wisdom is pragmatic for the future that is in store for all of us — most notably our descendants and the rest of the biodiversity on this planet that supports all life.
To all the climate change deniers out there, I have to ask you, what evidence would convince you of the future that is in store for humanity? It seems that the "evidence" you are looking for does exist, but you don't want to accept it. You are holding on to a way of life that has brought our civilization the most prosperous time ever in human history. This is our starting point for convergence; the conversation must focus on the horizon of outcomes ideal for survival. Unnecessary suffering is only an option if we allow it to happen.
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