The Destructors

what is the lesson in the story of the destructors?

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One lesson T tries to point out is the transient nature of things. There is no inherent meaning in objects, only the meaning people choose to attach to them.

“All this hate and love,” he said, “it’s soft, it’s hooey. There’s only things, Blackie.”