Originally posted by jimnuggits
. Bottom line is this: either we learn to be compassionate, we take care of one another's basic needs without all the whining, OR we let nature do
its thing, and most perish fighting over crumbs in the street. We have to settle which direction we intend to go, each of us, individually.
Compassion often has very little to do with survival. You don't hear the phrase, "Survival of the Compassionate," very often. It's more,
"Survival of the fittest," that pertains.
The planet is too overcrowded as it is. And it's getting worse. Humans are not like the insect world where billions upon billions can subsist. The
bees are disappearing. The birds are dropping out of the sky. The sewers of New York are clogging up. The infrastructure is crumbling.
Know what the good part about gasoline being too expensive for the average family? There will be less cars on the road deteriorating the pavement.
Personally, the compassionate are the first to go. They have become the weak link in society. I'm not talking just about American society. China
doesn't put up with compassion. Russia doesn't put up with compassion. Cuba and Venezuela won't put up with compassion. Compassion slows a society
down for the predators.
But, you have free will. You are allowed to be compassionate as you want to be. It's that you don't have a right to complain to us when your
survival rate goes to nil. You make your decisions. You live with the consequences. Welfare isn't going to save that portion of society. Welfare is
going to destroy that portion of society.
Oppps.....I wasn't being political correct and handing everyone a bucket of bull to make them feel better in their stages of denial.