A Prisoner's Morals - Deepstash

A Prisoner's Morals

There was neither time nor desire to consider moral or ethical issues. Every man was controlled by one thought: to keep himself alive for the family waiting for him at home and save his friends. Therefore, he would not hesitate to arrange for another prisoner, another "number", to take his place in the transport.

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A Lifelong Learner, Med Student, and Content Creator on Personal Development — helping people lead happier, healthier, more productive lives.

To live is to suffer; to survive is to find meaning in suffering. If there is a purpose in life, there must be a purpose in suffering and dying. But no man can tell another what this purpose is. Each must find out for himself and accept his answer's responsibility.

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