To be nothing

January 26th, 2012

To have as many as possible. No.
To be had by as many as possible, more right to the have. Not much, though. Not by much. Also, to be had by one, if one stays as one of many. To be had by one as many risks no having much. Then had by some, possible and quite right to the have.
To be nothing, to be had by as many as possible. Nothing much, thus.
To be had by nothing, in the end, among many, by many having had the same way.

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