The Futility and Beauty of Hope

The Buddha and Lao-Tzu or Jesus and Confucius? What do we do in the face of suffering? Do we strike out against inevitability? Do we accept it? I don’t know. In good faith there can be no middle ground.

Refusal to take a side is, in effect, taking a side. A brute fact championed by Geddy Lee. Choose.

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