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Unformatted text preview: ___________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________. The problem with this answer is that God is supposed to be the highest possible being, on which all the rest of creation depends. So it seems that there could be nothing else with an underived meaning from which God's life derives its meaning, since that would make this other thing a higher or more important (evaluating "larger") being than God. [Says God in the fable:] You can make your existence meaningful by fitting it into some larger purpose, making yourself part of something that is independently and incontestably important and meaningful. However, a sign of really having been...
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