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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on November 02, 2002 at 10:16:32:

In Reply to:  "maintain, increase, and diffuse knowledge, by assuring the conservation and protection of the world's heritage posted by shaliza on November 02, 2002 at 03:18:29:

You do this by facing opposition to beauty, goodness and truth. You will find in your life along earth lots of people, and some in very standing positions whose main and mostly significant sustained intent is only to gain the maximum power available to them, by whatever the means, and in COMPLETE disregard of anything and anyone outside their will. In short, these individuals, useful that in some cases may be at least temporarily, can be seen as extremes produced by the species and not the best samples of. People with more conscience needs to face anywhere the structures that difficult proper development of everyone, I meaning ALL, and so become sometimes extenuated by the effort of keeping the misdemeanors to manageable proportion. Lamentably, I would say that in my experience and environment, the number of individuals sustainedly showing this behaviour is about half of the population and maybe well over this, and so humans have much to do to gain an illustrated and collaborative society.

 
 
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