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Would rather support a cause that's worth living for or one that's worth dying for?
The cause could be a belief that's patriotic, religious, philosophical...etc. in other words this is open-ended....
To make this easy, I would never die for anyTHING but I would die for my family.
We all die sometime. So, maybe support the cause that's worth living for until the time comes close to death then, support the one that is worth dying for.
I think they are synonymous. If it's worth living for, it's worth dying for. Whatever a person lives for defines their life and legacy. Is it really worth pursuing a life-long cause if one would abandon it in death? Wouldn't it make a person's life mission meaningless?
Thanks for posting this question! It's a good challenge to contemplate how we spend our time and passion.
if something is worth living for, doesn't that make it worth dying for? i support what i believe in , whether it be life or death as the end result.
hmm... a very intriguing question. i would say a cause that's worth dying for because the act of dying, especially for a cause you believe in, is one that is truly sacrificial.
you are giving you life up - you spirit, your "flame" that burns brights for a cause. not everybody lives, but to die for a cause that you truly believe in is very honorable (my opinion of course).
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