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the irony of being a saint

Written by Romeo Anghelache no comments

An ancient holy Chinese guy said, once: One is not a saint if one leaves any worldly trace after his own death. This quote being one of the worldly traces he left, it slowly follows that defining what a saint means is either worldly unimportant or self-contradictory.

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