In which some water is tested

We hardly know what life is, how can we hope to understand death? -Confucius

These W’s are huge, man. Inexcusable, really. I wanted to put a question mark at the end there but there was no room. Anyhow, I agree with Confucius here about the absurdity of “understanding” death when we really are just starting to nail this life thing down. We’ll see what the townsfolk think.

I originally had it worded as “we hardly know of life, how can we know of death” but that makes it sound more like being aware of the concepts themselves, which is no good.

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