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What kind of world are you helping to create?

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posted on May, 27 2013 @ 10:11 PM
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I'm asking because in my world, there is little-to no violence. It always comes from your world.

I'm asking because in my world, there is no sexism, racism, statism..
It always permeates out of your world.

We may share the same time and space but we do not share the same frame of mind.

I say you, because I am detached from it on many levels and my influence is almost non-existent.

Can you create a world that would do the same to you as you would do to it?




posted on May, 27 2013 @ 10:43 PM
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Originally posted by yourmaker
I'm asking because in my world, there is little-to no violence. It always comes from your world.

I'm asking because in my world, there is no sexism, racism, statism..
It always permeates out of your world.

We may share the same time and space but we do not share the same frame of mind.

I say you, because I am detached from it on many levels and my influence is almost non-existent.

Can you create a world that would do the same to you as you would do to it?




The world you describe seems like it would be an ideal world.
Minus the "little to no violence" part. I would have no violence.
IMO, sitting back and living in your own world isn't creating a better world. No matter how peaceful it is.
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posted on May, 27 2013 @ 10:48 PM
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Originally posted by EmmortalKorrupta
The world you describe seems like it would be an ideal world.
Minus the "little to no violence" part. I would have no violence.
IMO, sitting back and living in your own world isn't creating a better world. No matter how peaceful it is.


Well to be completely honest I only ever react to violence, never instigate it, that's what I meant.

It always comes from an external force.

If I were to be more pro-active in the world I would be killed and brought down a lot faster then how I operate now.

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posted on May, 27 2013 @ 10:53 PM
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Well to be completely honest I only ever react to violence, never instigate it, that's what I meant. It always comes from an external force. If I were to be more pro-active in the world I would be killed and brought down a lot faster then how I operate now.


Well, we all have to die someday. I doubt that promoting peace would bring upon a sudden death. Besides, wouldn't you rather die fighting for a cause your believe in?



posted on May, 27 2013 @ 11:14 PM
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Originally posted by EmmortalKorrupta
Well, we all have to die someday. I doubt that promoting peace would bring upon a sudden death. Besides, wouldn't you rather die fighting for a cause your believe in?


Yes, but that cause doesn't exist. Not in the way we imagine it should at least.

Why must I live violence to achieve peace for more then myself?

And on the flip side, living peace, which I am doing, does nothing in return.




posted on May, 27 2013 @ 11:19 PM
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Originally posted by yourmaker

Originally posted by EmmortalKorrupta
Well, we all have to die someday. I doubt that promoting peace would bring upon a sudden death. Besides, wouldn't you rather die fighting for a cause your believe in?


Yes, but that cause doesn't exist. Not in the way we imagine it should at least.

Why must I live violence to achieve peace for more then myself?

And on the flip side, living peace, which I am doing, does nothing in return.



You don't have to live violence to promote peace.
Living violence would do the exact opposite.




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