>...If there are no values, then I
>will opt out of the human race. I think the existence of values is the
>only fundamentally new concept and reality that humans have to offer to
> Rol Fessenden
Rol. I am guilty of contributing to this unease and, believe me, I have a
strong set of values I am proud of. BUT, we cannot assume that our values
are shared by anyone.
I am constantly amazed by the number of people who just try to get through
the day without more bruises. The idea of a higher purpose needs to be a
shared value among the list participants (I hope) but we need to recognize
that such a concept may be foreign to the people we encounter in our daily
lives. I am NOT trying to be elitist here but am also trying to be
Why do we feel compelled to interact through this impersonal medium of
typing when we are surrounded by real flesh and blood if not because we
need to reach out beyond those around us who DO NOT SHARE our passions?
What do you Think?
(OOPs ... my sheepdog needs to get some exercise)...Keith
see you all later
Keith Cowan <72212.51@CompuServe.COM>
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