posted on Jan, 12 2016 @ 11:56 PM
Your post makes me sad. I get the impression you've probably been, someone like myself, too trusting at one point. The evil ones can spot us from a
mile away. So we're the ones who really have "seen" what some humans are capable of.
With that said, I think we are all born with good intentions. But environment, experiences and biological conditions can change that. I do, however,
think that we are also selfish, by nature. While those same factors that can influence ones "goodness," may also change that, I believe it has to be
more of a mindful choice to think of others, for the most part.
For example, a good woman may unintenially fall unlove with a married man. Man then leaves his wife to be with said woman. The woman knows it's wrong
but is only thinking about how much she loves the man. She didn't intend to hurt the wife's but that's what had to happen for her to get what she
wanted. Now, she SHOULD have thought of the wife before anything began with her husband. Her choice was selfish.
Then you have people who are just evil and do things only for the purpose of causing misery, like Hitler. What did he gain out of killing so many? He
was just an piece of you know what.
In life we come across many people like the woman who stole the husband. They've hurt us by simply disregarding our feelings all together. But most of
us have been that woman, in one way or another. Maybe it was to get a promotion at work, you had to make a coworker seem not as qualified as yourself.
As a kid, blaming something you did on a sibling. In other words, your intention was never to harm anyone but you FELT it was necessary to get ahead.
Please know that there's more people out there who want to help you and love you, than there are wanting to hurt you.