posted on Aug, 19 2013 @ 03:11 AM
This is a pretty easy to follow thread, and the question is quite simple.
Yeah most people have them. You can call yourself a democrat or republican. Religious or non. Cat or dog, it doesnt matter. What does matter is who or
what you represent when you choose to label yourself in such a manner.
How do you, or can you, distinguish yourself as an individual with a label. Oh and please dont say Im a _____ and I dont represent so and so. Yeah,
you do. If I walk into a job interview and say that I am a police officer, with a christian religion, who loves cats, and eats eagles. I am pretty
much standing up and backing those things.
Do you feel that people have the right to judge you, if they do not like or agree with your labels? If so, why? and if not, why not? The separation
between the masses is not a blind subject, we even have forum where we can label a subject, not a person but a particular subject that we would like
to discuss, and if its in the wrong place, its moved.
Why is it that we cannot see ourselves as people, individual people with different beliefs, but with respect for one another? Our labels is the only
thing that divides us, and believe me this is fully intentional.
Id love to hear some opinions on this, and I hope that I made this clear enough as not to be "labeled" with others misunderstanding.