Taking it for granted..

Zing Nation (@mistrzing) 9 years, 1 month ago

We as human beings have to be social. It’s our moral responsibility to talk to other people. And because we have actively working brains and hearts, we get attached to people, we fight with people. Eventually, we start liking/disliking people. Or, we look at a person, a certain sort of judgment takes over our mind.

I don’t know about other people because I have never talked about this. But, whenever, I see someone and start talking to them, a certain sort of judgments rolls over my thought. It’s like all the knowledge about race, religion, communities, etc starts working in the negative direction. Also, I have a problem – I’m a totally different person in all my set of friends. In some I’m a talker and in some I’m quiet and shy.. Sometimes I feel I have “alter-personalities” because of this.

It sounds funny but “Why am I not me all the time?” Why am I split personality. Could this be a psychological disorder?

Are people out there who feel this or am I the only one :p “Show some support brethren..”

August 18, 2013 at 3:10 pm
YHVH (462) (@spaceghost) 9 years, 1 month ago ago

@mistrzing, I don’t think we have a moral responsibility to do anything. I personally prefer being alone. When I’m around people I find myself wanting to leave.

Love (9) (@sunshinedust) 9 years, 1 month ago ago

@mistrzing, I think you should read some of the other posts on here that are similar. I would be straight up with you but that would be against the prime directive. Lol. The only reason I suggest that is because if you find something out on your own, for me at least, it’s the best way to learn.

Zing Nation (9) (@mistrzing) 9 years, 1 month ago ago

@sunshinedust, Sure, I will search for some posts. Maybe it was too epiphynitic thought that I just wanted to type it :p

Bryan (104) (@Substratum) 9 years, 1 month ago ago

@sunshinedust, Ah yes, of course, “The Prime Directive”…lol…non-interference with the development of a civilization…I don’t fail to get your point, but I’m not convinced that the same principle would apply between individuals WITHIN any civilization, since they are essentially equals who have a relationship based upon interdependence. Aperson asking for another persons perspective regarding a personal problem is not quite comparable to a primitive society asking for phasor technology.
I’m questioning my spelling of “phasor?’…it doesn’t look right to me…if I ask someone and they tell me the correct spelling, will it actually do more harm than good? Will I become “spelling lazy” and spelling dependent and fail to develop my spelling skills according to my own nature? “Phaser”…hm, looks better but I’m still not sure.: Where is Mr. Spock when I need him?”,is what I would like to know.

LVX (297) (@Vovinawol) 9 years, 1 month ago ago

We only need to quiet the mind to smooth things out and balance ourselves.

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