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RE: RE: Karma

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Posted by S.H. Le on October 5, 2000 15:15:52 UTC

ok, i said that "pathetic insignificant us" part in haste. If i thought humans weren`t important, i really wouldn`t be trying to get into medical school.

So yes, we are very important... but this importance isn`t to be overemphasized. Life will continue without us. If we happen to completely destroy ourselves by poisoning the resources on which we depend for survival, then evolution dictates that we`ve become unfit, and should thus make way for another species who is better suited. In this way, i see nature as taking no favorites... entirely beyond human perceptions of Good and evil. I view the concepts of good and evil themselves to be evolutionary tools that paved the way for species that could interact and become more social.

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