Why do people accept to engage in suicide missions.
How would they count their achievement from the act when they are dead.
When it's done for religious purposes, they generally assume that they'll be rewarded in heaven. If it's for a non-religious reason, then they probably figure they'll be recorded in the history books as heroes or something.
by ElSeductor17 months ago
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by Billie Kelpin4 years ago
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by Alem Belton6 years ago
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by mischeviousme5 years ago
Would a loving parent not accept all of his/her/it's children?
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