Some philosophy for a philosophical question!

What is the greatest gift someone could give you?

The greatest gift doesn’t exist. Once received, there are no more possibilities to desire, which means we are dead or, maybe, in a state of perfection. Hence, my answer is quite apparent. The greatest gift is not to need any other gift whatsoever. Anything else is reachable, therefore, less than something else. When I get the “more,” the process restarts in a neverending loop. Breaking this loop is way more fulfilling than anything else.


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