reply to post by arpgme
The only argument you have is that one chooses to be happy. You don't elaborate at all, and if someone doesn't see how your delusional way of
thinking is realistic, you tell them they're choosing not to see it your way, or they're simply choosing not to see Heaven.
So, here's a scenario.
A 10 year old kid has his 43-year-old teacher kidnaps him. The child is then forcibly raped.
What then? The child should just look past the fact his teacher's penis was just inside of him? That his ass is bleeding because of it? He should
probably take an hour or two, reflect on the situation, and just... go back to being happy? Because, whether he likes it or not, he just got raped,
right? By his teacher.
Here's another scenario.
a 25-year-old girl is hanging out at her friends house. There's a knock on the door. It's the pizza they ordered 10 minutes ago being delivered.
They open the door. Guy's got a gun, shoots both of them, and leaves. The 25-year-old survives, the friend has a bullet in her head and is bleeding
out on the floor right beside her.
What then? Reflect? Take in the negative that just happened, filter it out, and just... be happy again?
This is light trivia compared to what else goes on in the world. A world that you seem to be neglecting. Have you been raped? Molested? Have you
ever been sodomized? Kidnapped and sold into slave labor? Ever seen a friend killed right in front of you? Have you ever had the worry of not being
able to feed yourself? Your family?
Or are you living cushy? Or even average; but still making a living where you don't really have any worries? Or what? Because you just don't seem
to have any arguments. You just think people don't understand, and you're the only right one. Those that don't agree just... aren't awake?
Tell you what. How about you go through a truly traumatic experience and then get back with us.
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