Granted that the house is important, but only to the extent that there's something to protect ... i.e., the "life within."Originally posted by Iacchus32
No, I'm saying it's what's "within" the cell that makes it alive. And, while the exterior is the means by which to keep it alive, "the life" of the cell exists within.
Why build a house if it wasn't for the sake of protecting your wife and children? Which is more important? The house or your family?Originally posted by Mentat
So are you saying that the fluids, that flow within me, are worth more than the skin that covers over them? This doesn't seem logical. If they were not held in, they would spill out everywhere, and they wouldn't be of much use to me then, would they?