To Preserve or Renew?

Preservation implies an inevitable ending.
Renewal implies adapting.
To preserve is to serve something before it exists, such as death.
To renew is to make it new again of course.
Preservation is as relevant as we wish it to be and will likely be fought for. It is a concept born of the avoidance of death rather than the pursuit of life. This is not a matter of fact, but a matter of choice and perspective given the main variable is our own self.

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