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June 14th, 2008, 20:16
Originally Posted by Guest View Post
How many times has the demo question been asked? Do you believe we should reward lazyness?
How many times are the same questions asked again andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain andagain and again ?

I've been in the front line when Divinity was released back then. Trust me, it becomes boring at one point.

But on the other hand I felt some kind of mercy for the lost souls that were seeking help like stranded fish on the sand of the river or beach.

It is your inner intention which counts, and which acts out through what you do, not whether people "deserve" to be answered or not.

With your intention(s) you showed here, I would assume that you would NOT at the front line(s) facing wave after wave after wave after wave of unexperienced newlings asking for help and support.

You sound rather like someone who would bark at their stupidness and wouldn't be able to understand what the creator invented such stupid beings like humankind.

I'm currently reading Pliny the Younger, who wrote more that two thousand years ago that people will most likely remember that one denies a petition, and not the good deeds, when they were not accumulated throughout the time.
(Letters, Book 3, Letter number 4, part 6.)

This is similar to the saying that goes like this :
"Good friends come and go,
but a good enemy always stays."

Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction. (E.F.Schumacher, Economist, Source)
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