Unformatted text preview: Metz is explaining that in our lives it is not death that takes life away from us it is the fear of death. Metz is under the belief that if you live everyday scared of your last day then you will miss the meaning of life and will not live life to its fullest. “For this revolution is not, in fact, concerned with liberating us from our poverty and misery, but rather from our wealth and our totally excessive prosperity.” (pg 61) The quote is explaining that, as Jesus, this revolution is not interested in helping those in poverty because everyone can live in poverty as far as their financials are concerned but in many cases those in poverty are more spiritual than those who are wealthy. This is why the revolution is more interested in liberating the wealthy and those with excessive prosperity....
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- Spring '11
- Business, Meaning of life, Metz, human virtues