reply to post by AthlonSavage
Originally posted by AthlonSavage
1. everyone is guilty untiil proven innocent or
2. everyone is innocent until proven guilty
We have domnt have to guess which society be worse to live in. So what will you unconditional position be?
Maybe indifference is the best way to go, not to judge them as good OR bad until they actually do something, even then, there should be a chance for
them to improve themselves, but when most of the average people just seem so controlling and they aren't even aware of this vice, it makes those who
are more accepting/loving easier to control...
It should be "MY" way all the time. Other people should do what "I" say. Me, me, me, me, me...
I'm all for being focused on self but there has to be a boundary and trying to control others or manipulating them is way passed it...
reply to post by BigBrotherDarkness
Originally posted by BigBrotherDarkness
Yes, I know that was just off of your title; but people deluding themselves,with some ideal is nothing new on either side of the scales of light and
dark. I knew someone that actually drew great pleasure and satisfaction from the misery and pain of others; they were like any other
sociopath...fixated on a single thing of deviance that brought them satisfaction no matter at what cost, all the while hiding behind a facade of
That is going way too far in my opinion. I'm not encouraging the suffering of anyone, I'm talking about a mentality / an outlook of life.
I guess the most joyful outlook for self and others would be holding a sense of satisfaction/contentment in your heart all the time, but it just seems
so difficult to do when so many desires just seem to arise from life and if they aren't fulfilled there will eventually be anger, jealousy, and all
other negative emotions..
But it is a dilemma because even if you DID find a way to not dive into those negative emotions, there will be others that will, and will want to
control less aggressive people such as the content and kind people.
reply to post by TheWetCoast
Originally posted by TheWetCoast
I have nothing but unconditional hate for the people who are responsible for the destruction of our planet/humanity.
Unconditional hate "FOR" something/something is not real unconditional hate. "FOR" is a condition, pointing out a specific person or thing. If it
were really unconditional hate you would be in a state of anger/hate all day every day.
I do understand your point though. With so much negativity on the news I just don't like to watch it.
I think destructiveness will continue to happen, it has always happened in the past, in the present, and probably will in the future - not just in
humans but with other species as well. Maybe the only solution to peace is looking within and changing the INNER perspective and once you figure it
out, teaching it to others so that they can have peace through all of this conflict as well..