posted on Apr, 11 2011 @ 12:57 PM
Originally posted by snowen20
reply to post by jimmyx
I hope you read my more previous post about not being a mental whore to mindless fluff.
I like history so I meant in a small way, and dude I mean in the smallest of freaking ways.....that it might be interesting. But as soon as the
thought came it was replaced with.....reason..lol
So, its reasonable to not watch historical events because you do not particularly like the overall archtypes being portrayed.
like saying you wouldn't watch hitler give his first speech because your not a fan of hitler...or wouldn't go see christ crucified because your an
frankly, thats even more reason to watch said events.
its royalty in a age where people know we are all born equal in regards to life worth..its an anomoly, especially for a western nation..but again,
thats not the point of it...the point is the world focus on a specific positive event, and of course it being historic and recorded for all time is
don't let peer pressure change your mind...its not "cool" to be apathetic or eternally angry...thats a kids show and the easiest emotion to
The effect is simple. two people in love are going to have a ceremony. this happens every day, but the difference is, hundreds upon hundreds of
millions will be watching it (if not billions)..cause and effect.
I imagine we will still have to go to work, pay taxes, etc...however, who knows...the very essence (soul?) of a person participating in that event may
be altered just a little bit and see the world one degree less than the hell they currently may percieve it as, which may have effects throughout. an
extra buck towards a worthy charity, a simple smile at a random person whom is having a crap day that was considering something bad until they seen
the smile, etc...the effects may be measurable, subtle, or non-existant...the point is, it seems there is only a positive outcome in
participation...even if its strictly to view with your own eyeballs something historic that didn't involve a large explosion and body count at the