If I judge someone (including myself) to the highest degree, then no one else can first. If I make a hilarious, self-detrimental comment, then people can only laugh with me, not at me. And a lot of the time, they do. I’ve made my friends, my coworkers, random people around me at Starbucks, laugh with the judgmental things I’ve said.https://allwhoponder.com/2020/05/28/who-do-i-think-i-am
Obviously, no one should want to fuck with the Corona virus.
But how about with people — in particular: people who behave poorly (aka assholes)?
When people behave poorly, then that has little or nothing to do with me… so why would I want to fuck with people like that? Do I have time for that? Hell, no! Especially if those people aren’t even interested in anyone else, how their behavior might impact other people, or anything like that.
I think when people treat you poorly, it is easy to be misled into thinking that might have something to do with you — but it doesn’t. If I behave poorly, then that is no reason to treat me poorly. On the contrary: in that situation, I guess I would need help.
So when people treat you or me poorly, let’s do the right thing: just walk away.
people’s behavior probably masks some much more deeply held beliefs (in the sense of repressed thoughts). People do not so much try to defy nature or evolution as they try to cover up their own fears or discomfort with feeling small or insignificant. They do not want to go out on a limb and risk being laughed out of the room.
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When I was in pre-school, I asked for books on traffic laws and animals biology. I just wanted answers. I wanted to know more.
I also wandered around the neighbors in elementary school. Turned out the area I walked around was kinda sketchy. But I didn’t think much. I just wanted to see what’s out there, and then make my way to my friends where there would probably be banana pancakes.
Right around 2010, Paranormal Activity 2 came out. I remember being at my friend’s house, and we would watch it on her TV screen with maybe 10 or so others. I remember how noisy we were, and how it was comfortable surrounded by so many that even if a spirit came to drag one of us, the dozen of middle schoolers there would be able to fight back. I also remember I didn’t look at the screen that often…
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