What do you especially care about, and why?:

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51 TheEarthSheep3rd Dec 2011 02:58:57 PM from a Pasture hexagon
Christmas Sheep
Oh, I decided on something I care about since I posted here, oh so long ago (almost a month, iirc).


I really wish I was born like 500 years ago so I could be a polymath, but by this point there's just too much knowledge in the world. Also, there's essentially no such thing as scholars anymore, which would be my second choice. So, now my life's ambition is to be a polyconversationalist; that is, to be able to have intelligent conversation in every field of knowledge, so whenever I have a question about something, I'll know exactly how to ask it.

But yeah, knowing things is cool.
Still Sheepin'
First and foremost I care about Christianity.

Second, I care about knowledge. Particularly in the realm of history, politics, and current events.

Those are the things I really care about.

I prefer pragmatism to idealism. You can't save the whole world, but you can at least leave your mark on it.
53 HellmanSabian5th Dec 2011 05:36:28 AM from The United Kingdom , Relationship Status: Maxing my social links
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Family and friends. As for anything else, I got nothing.
"Free will is a myth. Religion is a joke. We are all pawns, controlled by something greater: Dank Memes. The DNA of the soul." - Monsoon.
54 germi915th Dec 2011 05:49:43 AM from Spain , Relationship Status: Above such petty unnecessities
Public Servant
Humanity. I'll echo the Patrick Stewart speech from Star Trek TNG: "Oh, I know Hamlet. And what he might say with irony, I say with conviction: 'What a piece of work is man! How noble in reason! How infinite in faculty! In form, in moving, how express and admirable! In action, how like an angel! In apprehension, how like a god!"
"It is true that we are called a democracy, for the administration is in the hands of the many and not of the few."
55 Excelion5th Dec 2011 06:44:05 AM from The Fatherland
Free time

Some of our rights

My belief that free will does not exist


The law (I started studying it, and I must say, I'm in positive awe at the way it works)

And of course, all the actual things I care about, the things I like doing.
56 dryunya5th Dec 2011 05:24:32 PM from nom nom nom , Relationship Status: Forming Voltron
Uh, what?
I don't care.*

edited 5th Dec '11 5:25:05 PM by dryunya

The Other Wiki could really use Laconic entries.
I care about being able to live my life without sadness or worry, but basic contentment. I am quite neurotic and I deeply fear things such as death and pain because I don't know what happens afterwards. Part of the reason I'm so critical of some religions such as Christianity is because the potential for abuse is very likely and it often generalizes people's personal problems onto abstract things like sin and the devil (which are just as likely to be due to accidents, random events, and psychological and physical abnormalities). My greatest fear is that something negative in my life, such as the death of a loved one or personal major illness and injury, will change me into something I don't want to be.
I also deeply care about passing on knowledge to future generations so they may learn about the world around them and decrease potential mistakes. This is regardless of the material (stories, people, scientific articles, etc).
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