Sorry, should have said "it infers" not "it states".
You're over thinking it. I also use foul language online and among friends and family. Also I've met plenty of people with money and "class" who are some of the rudest nastiest pieces of shit you can ever meet. That said. I'm talking about the way people act in public , the work place and in school. Yes, it's classless and tacky to get onto a train or bus and scream at the top of your lungs shouting obscenities and using disgusting language. Same with an office or classroom. My philosophy is that if I don't have a choice to be around you then you should wear clean clothing that's appropriate and speak with moderate poise. For example, I don't have a choice to be with you at work. I need my job, you need your job. We have to be there. So act like a human being.If you want to curse up a storm and wear dirty clothes in your home then NO ONE has the right to say thing to you because no one is forced to be in your home. Anyone who doesn't like you can simply leave your house.
I think the perfect amount for me. If this doesn't align to your more limited thinking, to the point mine becomes "over-thinking", that doesn't make one right, and another wrong.Many always grow frustrated by this with me, having spent years with meditation, and to build my mind, I take full responsibility for any experience presented, what you're presenting is, whatever creates discomfort within you, or masses of individuals, is therefore undesirable, and it's another's job to change to please the masses.If I don't like someone's clothes, I work on my feelings. This is where "over-thinking" enters; if lights were turned off, it wouldn't bother anyone, when light reflects off an object, interacts with the eye, results in creation of negative emotion within the brain, many want others' action to change their emotional state.While I can choose to exercise, another can only try to influence me, lack of direct control becomes a source of frustration, because this demands responsibility over one's inner state be placed on themselves.In response to your points, if you haven't developed your mind to the point you can control it, unless someone directly imposes on another, such as rape, murder, violence, etc, nobody else is responsible for regulating your moods or emotions.
I feel another problem is that being an asshole has been equated with being "strong" in today's society. Being a decent person who treats other's with respect makes you weak.
well yeah but malcolm ex or ghani werent branded snowflakes by a social media generation so maybe truth in both but i see one being a big cause of another... same with incels going on shooting rampages after loads of echo chamber manipulation on the sites google sent them too
Again. It depends. I work in really cerebral high-pressure environments after growing up in BRUTAL ghettos, so some little shit trying to be 'hood' in a corporate office is just going to irritate me.
Like I said, today people think acting like an asshole is a sign of strength and it's really not. The most murderous. brutal people on this planet walk around with a smile on their faces and are polite to everyone. Talking big is a sign of being a pussy. Even psychologists say it.
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I'm all for it too but have you noticed how some groups *cough*feminists*COUGH*lgbt*COUGH* like to talk shit then play victim when it's done to them?
Think of it as just a different texture of shot.