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    Hi,
    The Roman poet Lucretius wrote, "Death is therefore nothing to us and does not concern us at all, . . . "
    What does it mean?

    Please help
    Thank you

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    Re: Death is therefore nothing to us

    Quote Originally Posted by jaleel2007 View Post
    Hi,
    The Roman poet Lucretius wrote, "Death is therefore nothing to us and does not concern us at all, . . . "
    What does it mean?

    Please help
    Thank you
    It says that they are not concerned about death, and possibly about dying. Context is needed to go further.

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