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Your encounter with that cat is almost like a metaphor (I think that's the right word) for the sacrifices that people who have lived in that part of the country most certainly had to make. Having to face hard choices to insure THEY survived. It's like the big Kahuna picked you and said, "He deserves to have an experience close to what people of the past had".
In fairness, the one where you take the cat with you has already been done.
Erwin Schrödinger would say that all possibilities exist at the same time... Quote from: Demon Deacon on December 17, 2017, 09:33:14 PMIn fairness, the one where you take the cat with you has already been done.
HMOD,Your action or inaction didn’t kill a cat. The fate of the cat was changed the day it wandered off, or was abandoned. You passed through the timeline of selection. You survived, the cat may or may not. I for one, see your decisions as rational and prudent. Regrets and recrimination doesn’t change the logic of your actions. You didn’t take the cat with you. That was your choice. That is who you are. Doesn’t make you a lesser being.BTW.....This is only my opinion and doesn’t intend to represent the views of anybody or impose them on anyone either.
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