Can we be right in viewing ourselves -- our lives, our decisions, our

Can we be right in viewing ourselves -- our lives, our decisions, our

Can we be right in viewing ourselves -- our lives, our decisions, our contributions to social issues -- as important, if that means important, period, not just important *to* someone? I mean, I'd feel meaningless if what mattered to me mattered only to me, or to any particular people...but is there a sensible way to view ourselves as important, with a capital 'I', to no-one in particular?

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