Letter

To my fellow philosopher,

I am writing to you today because I have a message to give you. We do not know each other, but we are nevertheless connected through our commonalities. Both of us have trouble maintaining friendships because it is all too rare to find people with whom we can connect. We both receive, at best, tolerance from society due to our “radical ideas.” And both of us struggle with our own faith in humanity because of the ubiquitous stupidity in this world. So you see, we are similar, you and I. And thus, I must tell you this:

NEVER STOP THINKING!!!

The world needs people like us, whether they want to admit it or not. We are the spine of morality, the foundation of principle; without us, society would drown in its own blindness. I dare not say that ethics would not exist without us; I do believe it is something that lives in everyone. However, I do dare say that without us, other innate characteristics might be dominant, and this, my fellow philosopher, is not acceptable. So never be discouraged; our work is too important!