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The lines, “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him,” can be true in literal sense. Subjectively, the lines presented are very agnostic and atheistic. Those are against my will and belief as a Roman Catholic faithful. The three shorter mentioned lines are three important points to be clarified about.

The first line says, God is dead is true in literal sense. In the Scriptures, it written that Jesus became man and so he died as a human. Yes, I believe that God really died. He was crucified by the high priests’ and the people’s demand and at the order of the governor, Pontius Pilate. Jesus died humbly at the cross and every person present there had seen His timely death.

The second point here
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Learning what is real is a step by step process; as learning occurs in stages. With each step, we become wiser and so, we gain full wisdom which is useful for our decision making and daily struggles.

Plato’s point of making just leaders who can lead his men justly is an important proposition for a better government. This is very ideal, however, the sad reality today is that not all leaders are blessed with the virtue of justice, fairness and sincerity. Maybe these leaders haven’t acquired full wisdom yet. They failed to achieve the highest stage for they are too preoccupied with misconceptions, false realities or maybe they are blinded with injustices and self-interests.

Life is a copy of a copy of reality. It is idealistic to view that everything we conceive can be false or real but somehow, as time advances, the truth will soon be within reach. Human beings should know how to use this truth to their society.


Thou shall not kill, is the fifth commandment. It is a sin to kill. We are not given the right to stop the life of an individual no matter what the circumstances are.

Euthanasia is also known as mercy killing. It refers to the practice of ending a life in order to relieve pain and suffering. It can be voluntary, non-voluntary, and involuntary.

No matter what the reason is, euthanasia is still a form of killing whether

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