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  1. Gordon Baker

    After thinking about it for a long time I started to see a very different interpretation of the Four Swords. What if the “someone” who has died isn’t a person at all, but is an idea or an expectation? What if the death is just a metaphor and what has died is not a physical being, but some part of me I associate with my beliefs, my intentions, or my aspirations?

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