The quote continues by reminding us that life is not a zero-sum game, but a rich and vibrant setting. Here, everyone can play for as much as they wish to, and that in doing so, no one need be deprived for another to prosper. We wish to live our lives freely, and not have them controlled by others.
The quote finishes describing the game of life as rigged, as no one ever gets out alive. But it also states (rightly so, in my mind) that it is the playing, the effort, and the skill, that makes one a winner in that game. The quote wraps up back where it started, stating we are both one and many at the same time, and that it isn’t a prediction, but concrete fact.
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