What is worth fighting for (literally and metaphorically), if anything at all?
justice is most defently the first thing that comes to mind that and what ever you put your faith into your rights and your freedom
freedom, justice, family , your country . there are many things worth fighting for.
by Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago
Humans, from way back when we started language as a communication tool, used metaphors as a linguistic mechanism to express otherwise abstract ideas into something concrete. Linguists have argued that metaphorical expressions are surface phenomena, organized and generated by...
by Link10103 4 years ago
Should the Bible be taken literally, or metaphorically?I would like it for one option or the other to be chosen, rather than both. The reason being is that usually when both are chosen, the literal parts are the good and the metaphorical ones are the bad. I would like to avoid contradictions and...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 6 years ago
Andrew Parker, in his book "The Genesis Enigma" posits that if the biblical account of the creation of the universe and the subsequent explosion of life (specifically on earth) IS interpreted not literally but metaphorically, then it would jibe neatly with what we now scientifically...
by Marlene Bertrand 2 years ago
Do American citizens give up their civil rights when they join the military?My husband told me that when he joined the military, they told him he was the property of the United States. That got me to wondering if that meant he lost his civil rights while he was serving in the military.
by litsabd 7 years ago
If there is something worth fighting for, what could that be?
by Sophia Angelique 6 years ago
Here are some quotes from the article below:"“America is in danger, I think, of becoming something of a legal backwater,” Justice Michael Kirby of the High Court of Australia said in a 2001 interview. He said that he looked instead to India, South Africa and New Zealand.""In a...
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