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The theme is always that the life of the person being rescued is worth as much as my own.
If one is faced with a life or death situation, can a person choose simply to walk away, and then live with themselves?
Originally posted by rogerstigers
reply to post by novacs4me
In her mind she wasn't evil, she just didn't think that her mom's health was all that important.
Remember, the people who history remembers as bad never considered themselves evil. In fact many of them probably considered themselves as noble warriors for a grand cause. It's all a matter of perspective.
Originally posted by gandhi
No such thing as absolute truth, there are things humans can make to produce the illusion of true, but never the truth. a truth may be something like, time is a dimension, but then again, the description dimension is just man made, there fore not being ture. have fun.
Thanks for your post! I don't mean to pick on you, but you repeat what others are also saying here. Can you folks who agree that there is no absolute truth explain to me what would drive a person to climb the stairs of one of the Twin Towers while everyone coming down was counting the floors, hoping to get out before the dreaded rumble of collapse? Tell me, if you were a firefighter, would you not go up? Would that REALLY be O.K.? Please stick to this scenario in your response, please. Trying to find a more ambiguous situation won't answer my question. Thanks!
Originally posted by ELECTRICkoolaidZOMBIEtest
the only absolute truth is that theres no absolute truth.