I don't know what's wrong with people these days. Look at how people behave. It's so sad. Look at people, it's as if they are monkeys fighting for a banana. Humans are corrupt by society and others corrupt others.
You're just noticing this. . NOW?
Originally Posted by ShinjiLover You're just noticing this. . NOW? To be honest yes, my parents raised me right. They always protected me from bad influences and anything that might hurt me. My parents are my heroes.
I'm not a child or an adult. Growing up, I slowly noticed this how corrupt people are.
I figured this out a long time ago. I actually believe that almost all humans are evil, and that they are corrupt.
I don't know if I'd say everyone was evil, because there are a lot of good people out there. Unfortunately, you know the saying that a rotten apple spoils the whole bunch. It's those few people that make everyone look bad. Truthfully Mitch, my parents raised me right as well. I wasn't allowed to run wild, doing whatever I wanted and whenever I wanted. I was punished when I did wrong. Throughout elementary school, I was really scared to do anything wrong because I knew what awaited me at home when I did. I seriously think if everyone had the discipline that I did, the world wouldn't be such a bad place. Then again, everyone has their own idea of what discipline is. It's really sad in a way. Up to this day, I still do my best to be a good person, even though I become mad and fly off the handle at times, I'd rather make peace with someone rather than acting like an idiot. It's a total shame some people truly don't know how to act properly. :< I blame part of it, not all of it mind you, on television. Look at some of the crappy shows the have on now, it's like they encourage back talk. If I ever talked that way to my parents, I'd be flying across the room. But I really don't think there's a simple answer to this though, it's what people see in themselves as being right.
Oh, no, I wasn't implying that I was allowed to do whatever I wanted. Good God, no. I just noticed this from a very earlier age that people, most - if not all, are idiots. Hence the murderers and people with psychiatric conditions.
I'm not either. I just figured out because I go to very many weird schools where everyone are idiots or corrupt, even at an early age.
People can be idiots.....
Hey, don't say that. That's insulting to monkeys, who actually do show many signs of intelligence and sentience. I strongly dislike how humans have to claim moral superiority over other animals.
It's base nature inherent in human sociological demeanor when life calls to crude nature. Demeanor inherent in all things that cling to life. "Society" is simply a moniker with which to term the way we structure things. If you want to get astringent, there is no "modern society" - not with the way people profess honesty and yet blight the world at large with their actions. Agreeably so, anyway - if you want to get philosophical, the people who are "monsters" don't see themselves as such. Why? Because everyone is of a different view as far as "good" and "evil" goes. Morality. And, for that matter, if you wish to asunder the view further (what one may agree upon as such) - one must be what would "agreeably" be deemed so a "beast" to inhabit the form of an agreeable person of "heroic" exploits.
That's right, being a hero is not easy. Not all heroes find fruit by sole volition of compassion and softness. One must be what by consensus would call a "beast" to do the things "heroes" do. And, make no mistake, "evil" people see themselves as heroes. The harsh, intangible, and pulsating nature of life is what makes inhabiting and staying the form of a "beast" to be a "hero" necessary. Interesting dynamic there, hmm? To add further, though, being a hero isn't necessarily about proving anything to yourself or anyone. It's just about working to your best capacity. Yes, the world may still seem immature as what some may call "evil" people waft about (as such people who choose to be what one one agree to call immature and condescending of others.... their greatest strengths are their pretenses and their ways of intimidating in my view... but they themselves fear self-reflection, like most), but at the end of the day fulfilling your duties - and striving for the benefit of humanity at large - is all one can ask of someone to me.
But still, delving into being of the discussing point of talking about people to their, in consensus, chiding light..... well, when I think about it, we are the change we want to see, just as humanity creates most of its own problems. Our capacity is great enough that I do think we fear ourselves above all. Our spirit - and our will - is our greatest weapon by my eyes, for it gives us the power to do agreeably great - and agreeably terrifying things - if we keep to it. But I don't want to get too roundabout or verbose in anyone's eyes...
But I understand confusion can breed. Being a teenager isn't easy, but I don't think one grows so much as one finds themselves. If you want to get technical, in my eyes, "growing" just involves accepting physical/mental responsibility. My parents raised me with the traditional idea of right and wrong, but I myself, while always being a friendly and genial but somewhat quiet person by nature, have been someone who follows his own joists. But the original matter of this blog's topic is so complex that it brings up the question of what "evil" and "good" is to begin with... which, for me, while agreeable, is in the eyes of the beholder. Don't get me wrong - I don't want vehement and perpetual "chaos" and violence to run amok on the Earth or anywhere. I do err on reconciliation. But I just thought I'd bring up these talking points, for I feel nothing is quite objective in life at a length.
i learned that FOREVER ago!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!