These are questions that I ask myself that do not necessarily have right or wrong answers. Sometimes they are simply rhetorical; although I'll still answer them. Often we are given two different bad options and have to choose one. For instance, "What if saving your child's life meant having to kill someone else's?"
I usually don't try to be so vauge but that is the gist.
Cindy Sheehan said that this country, the United States, is "not worth dying for." Assume that when she says "this country" she is referring to the political ideologies, the people as a whole, and the land itself. She believes this to be true. If correct, is there anything so sacred that it is worth dying?
A Dying Spider
9 years ago