Morality of Questioning

Lets say it was possible for one to live their whole life believing they had a twin on a distant planet. They found strength in this thought. This idea helped them find courage in times of trouble. Would it be immoral to tell them they probably don't have a twin on a distant planet?



  1. Tack Says:

    I prefer to leave people to their beliefs.

    That is, of course, until their beliefs declare MY beliefs wrong.

  2. Peu Says:

    I don’t think this is the best way to realize the comic for this topic. The punchline simply isn’t a punchline, though I myself don’t know how to go about it. Maybe they could benefit from facial expressions.

  3. Samsara Says:

    Tack has it right. I *do* think that is the punchline.

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