posted on May, 29 2008 @ 02:54 PM
By good hearted I meant, people who don't mug, rape, rob, murder, discriminate, belittle, etc. other people. Basically, we're all jerks in one way
or another, it's human nature. I know what you mean about feelings being interconnected. I agree. My point is, the average individual doesn't
take other people into consideration, we can't there are just too many people for us to fathom that we're all special snowflakes. I feel that
people do what they want to do, because they can not if they should or shouldn't, generally speaking.
Now, if a ghost was a person who died, then the limitations on their ability are released, as far as mortality goes. I feel mortality is what makes
us fall into "good" actions, we all realize we'll die and then based on your religion and beliefs different endings may occur. If we go passed
that point, and it ends up your a ghost and trapped on Earth, I think that it might push you over the edge a bit as where is god or silence or any
release. In my opinion, I feel that the apparitions people see, if they were once people, are confused/angry/frustrated/evil and sometimes possibly
benign. If they're benign, they'll probably ignore you and go about their business. People, as in the above posts, feel that something might be
wrong when confronting these aparitions, they don't come away saying they felt totally safe, atleast not from what I've seen and heard. Now once
again I haven't concretely experienced ghosts before, so I don't know the emotional response. It would help my judgements.
In your example with the man and wife, hate doesn't solve anything for the victim. If he kills the other man then he's going to hate himself for
his life, and miss his wife, and he is affecting the lives of the killer's family. True, it's instinct to feel anger, hate, etc. That doesn't
make it good. It merely begets more violence. Now I've said this to my friends, and it always irritates them, but it is how I feel so here goes.
You have to forgive everyone, for through forgiveness we find peace. Doesn't matter if it's Hitler or Ghandi. We all make bad decision, some worse
than others, but ultimately the only way to change this world is to forgive and recognize that anger, hate, frustration, etc. all inevitably cause
damage regardless of motive. Life sucks, why get mad?
Thanks for the reply Dinnj, now I've blabbered on for enough. Peace Out.