- Apr 7, 2019
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I have always been an understanding person. I regret that most people live by the false notion that there are bad and good people. Many individuals, like myself, are able to notice, that all events (felt or observed) are interconnected. This means that it is impossible for one event to happen, without being a causal factor of EVERY other event to follow. In other words, it is false to believe that any individual is 100% responsible for anything! All of us (everyone throughout the universe) play a role in this moment, that contributes to the events to follow, and regardless of whether you limit or extend the boundary of judgment (blame or recognition for a beneficial act), these opinions can be superficial. Strong judgments symbolize a shortcoming about society itself. Strong judgments influence us to believe that it is acceptable to communicate verbally, without reaching a mutual agreement based on how everyone involved feels. The problem with behaving in this way, is that we fail to understand ourselves and others, in ways that resolve conflicts. Everyone just develops false ideas about how others feel, and these ideas can be so off, from the reality of the situation, that the person feels uncomfortable with the idea of continuing to associate with the other person being judged. Everyone has the potential to succeed. Interestingly, I also think it to be impossible to judge that which doesn't exist; meaning that, if one was to say that a "Cookie Monster" doesn't exist, a more considerate response would be that, if it didn't, no one ever mention anything about it, the reality of the situation would never be concerned with the unreal...unless the unreal is actual. I am studying to become a research psychologist, interested in the archeological relevance of consciousness. I am VERY open minded, and I am never insulting, or inconsiderate. As far as religion, I think that every religion, myth, story, riddle, metaphor, concept and idea has truth behind it.
Finding it is a matter of investigation. One thing is certain though, being that religions can be used to control others (take their money, brainwash them, or make them murder others), many ideas throughout different religions have been changed, over time, from their original meaning. Though it is important to understand what others believe, and why they feel the way they do, it is generally wasteful to believe something, only because someone else does (relative, friend, coworker).