(via The Onion).
When asked if he felt something, anything, after briefly extending the lives of three human beings, Farber replied in the negative.
“I was doing what, at that moment, I was doing,” he said. “Tomorrow, if there is another fire, I will do the same. Perhaps in that fire, I will be the one who is killed. Or, on the other hand, perhaps I will not. Either way, there will be anguish and sorrow at some unknown point.”
Well, that pretty much sums it up for Qohelth, too.