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Comment author: shokwave 13 May 2011 03:03:12PM 0 points [-]

(I think that's what you meant, but your wording seems to have gotten confused toward the end if so.)

Indeed it did.

Comment author: RRam 07 November 2015 08:03:34AM 0 points [-]

Case of management of truth

Comment author: DanielLC 30 June 2012 03:49:33AM 0 points [-]

If you're an egoist, it's best to be delusional and happy. If you're not, the needs of others outweigh your own. Of course, even if depressed people are more accurate, that doesn't mean that they're more productive. Then again, they may be able to use their more accurate beliefs to find a better charity and make up the difference. Of course, you could just have a depressed philanthropist tell you where to donate.

Comment author: RRam 07 November 2015 08:00:28AM 0 points [-]

Depressive people are definitely accurate on certain things. But they have lost their hopes. They are not seeing the whole picture. We must live and we must help others to live.