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One of the most interesting things in life is to learn about stages and stations.

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To obtain wisdom and experience and to expand and share this as well as observing the natural cycle in others.


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Help-QA feature poll: Changing Anonicons

I think the individual should be responsible for their content and not be under the protection of anonymity. This means that one have to think more about what one post.

Within this setup there is already a sort of mystery as of who the individuals really are, and there is enough room for being anonymous already in that regards.

If one cannot own up to what one say or become scared of someone finding out, then maybe those things should not be posted online at all for all to see.

Does not mean it have to be that way. Its just my opinion on the matter.

- written - voted for by PepperJ, Slash
Black holes.

A man with a flashlight looking for the circuit breaker

- written - voted for by smiley
Are people inherently good or evil?

Good and evil are psychological constructs based on the individuals viewpoint. So it’s impossible to answer this question.

We follow norms developed over centuries, but lack the whole picture and also the imagination to fill in the gaps.

A lot of acts deemed good or evil can be reversed with knowledge or rendered as something in between as the more data one has makes it much harder to determine anything in black and white.

The dualism is a faulty system as it defines everything as one or the other. If the belief system in a person is of this nature, there will be tremendous upheaval as the psyche tries to define everything while holding on to the selected ideals. This leads to deeply neurotic behavior and causes the mind to fragment and would in turn manifest as mental illness.

The natural state of humans is cooperation. There is no good or evil in that. The social construct comes in to determine what the larger group will define within their created belief system.

If you study humanity as from the perspective of an extra terrestrial, things will make more sense.

The onlook on the world is also largely a construct of the onlooker. The individual sees good or bad in the world as a projection of the dualism within himself.
(“Him” is a genderless term for mankind)


Soooo...
in short one could say it depends on you and what you believe.

- written - voted for by smiley
Trust issues.

You lack self acceptance. That is the root to your insecurities.

- written - voted for by Slash
this is why i don't trust pharmaceutical drugs or the company's who make them...

One of the things that happens within the emotions is that empathy is subdued and the darker nature’s of man comes forth. This is difficult to handle for the individual and require great strength of mind to overcome.
The feelings in general alter so much that the personality changes and the suppressed inner being comes forth and manifests as something we could call evil.

These side effects are often downplayed and silenced, but are well known. In most cases it does not come forth in a strong manner, but for a small percentage that has the latency, it has devastating effects.

The need to look again on substances and chemicals is adamant for a greater understanding of the human psyche and the understanding of consciousness. The fact of the matter is that the violence lives within all of us as we are beings of light and dark forces, but the influences and the potential separate us in how the influence manifest in the individual.

I find great danger in tampering with the body chemistry and this is also not an exact science in any way. Most of it is at an experimental stage where there are massive human trials in effect and there are no sound regulations on this to make sure that bad things does not happen. Many lives are ruined and lost because of it and the dark numbers are far too high to let it go by unnoticed.
One issue is that credibility is taken away from people undergoing treatments and what we have is the voice of beard stroking men with no actual experience of what happens on the individual level. The authority has been taken and is thus also given blindly to entities with no other interest than self preservation.

- written - voted for by Jebus-Zeus
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Black holes.

A man with a flashlight looking for the circuit breaker

- written
Are people inherently good or evil?

Good and evil are psychological constructs based on the individuals viewpoint. So it’s impossible to answer this question.

We follow norms developed over centuries, but lack the whole picture and also the imagination to fill in the gaps.

A lot of acts deemed good or evil can be reversed with knowledge or rendered as something in between as the more data one has makes it much harder to determine anything in black and white.

The dualism is a faulty system as it defines everything as one or the other. If the belief system in a person is of this nature, there will be tremendous upheaval as the psyche tries to define everything while holding on to the selected ideals. This leads to deeply neurotic behavior and causes the mind to fragment and would in turn manifest as mental illness.

The natural state of humans is cooperation. There is no good or evil in that. The social construct comes in to determine what the larger group will define within their created belief system.

If you study humanity as from the perspective of an extra terrestrial, things will make more sense.

The onlook on the world is also largely a construct of the onlooker. The individual sees good or bad in the world as a projection of the dualism within himself.
(“Him” is a genderless term for mankind)


Soooo...
in short one could say it depends on you and what you believe.

- written
Trust issues.

You lack self acceptance. That is the root to your insecurities.

- written
Any ideas for how to counter mob mentality?

smiley wrote:
No, that's definitely not my intention.

I don't want to lead anyone. I just want to know if there is a way to motivate people to think instead of just blindly going along, especially if what they are going along with goes against their own stated morality or values.

Yes, by becoming an individual.

You wont even have to speak. Just by walking through a group of people your influence will start the process.

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Why are many young people proclaiming their bipolar?

Living in an unsane environment has effects on the psyche.

Anyone that is not struggling internally is of a much greater concern than those who do.

- written
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