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Most Helpful Guy
I have flaws like the rest of us humans. However, I do understand that we are all human and our personalities differ depending on background, age, sex, religion, orientation, environment, up-bringing, comfort, etc, etc, etc...
I was just thinking about this early this morning, of course. Just looking at what happened in Virginia and overall in the US. As well as the shit happening in Spain. I really wonder what drives people to be so filled with hate and rage over something? As in, how can someone be so passionate about an ideal, to want to kill or pollute others because of it? I used to think one way about how life works and generalize how a certain individual would be or feel towards me. But then I got older, been in so many different experiences (good/bad), traveled and seen how diverse this planet is, and I am have tried to actually see things from there point of view and what drives a person's passions and way of thinking. Some things about why people would resort to killing another is understandable, such as a person threatening your loved-ones. But other things such as driving your car into a crowd of people for WHATEVER reason you have because it differs from your belief, just BAFFLES me. Then again, I try not to get blinded by ideals or beliefs or touted truths.
Even when you have the arguments between religions or religions and science and such like this, I am starting to wonder why we as small insignificant humans are so fervent and feel so certain that what we believe as truths can not possibly be wrong. I once believed without a doubt that the universe began with the famous "Big Bang" theory (and it is still a theory, hasn't been proven), but I have a problem believing that EVERYTHING that exists to our knowledge was contained in a singularity of a unimaginable amount of energy and mass to create such a infinite vastness such as the universe. As well, why was their just this singularity? Like what was around this singularity? What caused this singularity? It was just there you're telling me? What was the catalyst to produce such an explosive happening because from what I've known, a reaction happens from an action, as far as Newton's concerned. Also, not leaving religion out of this, if "God" created us, but nothing else of a alien sort, why is there such a vastness of the universe? Why bother at all with a universe? Why not just a galaxy to sustain our existence and then an observation area or what not?
Most Helpful Girl
Mostly good person. I show my kind and compassionate side mostly. I genuinely care about other peoples feelings , so i would never intentionally hurt someone. It's not in my nature to.
I don't extend my kindness and compassion to everyone though.0