Moral Mortality – the cross we bear (t)

Mor(t)al

To live morality is to live mortality – because all morals in this world are false, do not stand the test of time and eventually die.

Immor(t)al

To be immoral is to be immortal – because only when we are ‘immoral’ by giving up all false morality – will we ever truly understand and see what it means to live real care, compassion and love.

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2 Responses to Moral Mortality – the cross we bear (t)

  1. Lauri Kotaja says:

    Cool, Nietzsche argued that morality is a violent act towards life, because it deems life as something that requires to be ‘corrected’.

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