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Posted by  Sandor Albert on July 06, 2003 at 05:15:45:

In Reply to:  Re: we're NOT dogs. or are we? posted by Richard Haut on July 05, 2003 at 12:25:50:

Man can be destroyed but he cannot really be defeated.
Arrogance is all right if you can back it up with great deeds.
I don't say I don't believe in love, empathy and understanding.
It would be as silly as if I stated that I don't believe in the necessity to sleep.
We have to rest of course. But when it comes to be awake, you cannot avoid fighting. If you cannot avoid the fight, you'll have to make sure you are the one who comes out the winner. If you still lose, there will be no regrets left. Regrets are a heavy ballast you cannot afford.

Don't let the rules of living in a community shadow your natural desire for exploration. Seek challanges anywhere you go.
An integer soul does not need rules to follow. It is guided by an inner law which comes naturally from its own framework.
The written law is just a weak echo of that, as clumsy and rigid as any lifless thing can be.
A creative mind knows no limits. If it comes to one, it will find a way to surpass it. Tere are no immpossible things for men to do. That's what makes mankind so special, and that's why we are nothing to be afraid of. Except ourselves.

But that is another story ...

 
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