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Sandra Faith
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At what point do you say that a human being is not whole?

It is true that a human being is made up of different parts that complement each other to make it whole.

So when someone loses a part of their body, say the leg, or loses a part of themselves, say old habits, does it mean that they are not a whole person anymore?

And at what moment can we say that someone is not a whole person?

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  1. The whole is greater than each of its different parts on their own. As a human being, we need to look beyond the physical and consider abstract components like thoughts, ideas and emotions. We can also go a little further and include community, property and family and values as part of a person. TheRead more

    The whole is greater than each of its different parts on their own. As a human being, we need to look beyond the physical and consider abstract components like thoughts, ideas and emotions. We can also go a little further and include community, property and family and values as part of a person. They say no one is an island, well the above things make life worth living and even though you can still breathe without them, they add meaning and inspire passion to continue living in spite of the imperfections.

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