When I hang around people, and talk to them, I listen to them and say things like "That's a good idea,' or "Well, what about this?" and we share ideas
and talk about them and learn from each other and get to know each other.
But apparently, that is inappropriate socially. I was told the other day that saying things like "That's a good idea" is disrespectful, because,
apparently "Of course it was a good idea, that's why I said it!"
... so I got the impression that the way social interactions are supposed to work, is someone is full of themselves, and thinks they know everything
and then walks into a store and sees someone else and talks at them, the other person ignores that person, and then talks at them.
And then both walk away, completely oblivious to the other person. It would be the same as having a conversation with a bag of chips. I don't
understand this, really? Is that how things are?
There is another possibility involving Yin and Yang, with Yin being the observer and Yang being the actor, that would totally point to quantum physics
being involved with psychology and explain the tendency to settle down with a person of the opposite polarity.
However, this kind of thing, even though it is the only way to explain human behavior, is apparently completely unacceptable with the scientific
community that originated in the 1930's with social Darwinism and all that, atheism, etc.
I mean, you can be an atheist, which means not believing in God, but there are other traits associated with atheism such as not believing in free will
and stuff, that could be scientifically invalid, that have nothing to do with not believing in God, but more to do with the social Darwinism movement
and "Modern" science (modern referring to stuff originating from pre-third Reich and third Reich Germany)
edit on 28-8-2013 by darkbake
because: (no reason given)
edit on 28-8-2013 by darkbake because: (no reason given)