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  1. #1 Humans seem fixed on justice 
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    I was wondering if anyone else has noticed that everybody will respond (often in a vengeful way) to something they think is wrong. Sorry that's such a bad figured statement its just i noticed that some people say they aren't vengeful will actually take revenge on a smaller level. My mother and father when in disagreement will both do a sort of "oh well if they do that then i might not feel like doing this for them'', Im not the most talkative with my family and iv noticed that my dads girlfriend has become as (not sure terse is the right word) with me as i am. I just think its interesting and if anybody has comments i would love to hear them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zendra
    I was wondering if anyone else has noticed that everybody will respond (often in a vengeful way) to something they think is wrong.
    You say 'respond' as in 'react'. The act of reacting rather than acting shows little self control, which suggests that the beliefs one holds against the apparent 'wrong' is often in direct proportion to feeling as if that 'wrong' threatens their 'right'. Any reaction is out of insecurity and lack of in depth 'temet nosce' (knowing yourself) becomes apparent in any kind of repsonse, which is usually violent and malisicous; very evident in history and especially prelevant in religion.

    Sorry that's such a bad figured statement its just i noticed that some people say they aren't vengeful will actually take revenge on a smaller level.
    It is quite alright, do not apologise, there is nothing that you have done that needs an apology asked for. Never apologise. Well, if you accidentally run over the neighbours cat then yes, do.

    My mother and father when in disagreement will both do a sort of "oh well if they do that then i might not feel like doing this for them''
    In a 'you scratch my back, I'll scratch yours' kind of way? This is prelevant between men and women, if the man does not do something the woman wanted,or displeases her I have noticed women will hold sex from the man. I suppose it stems from insecurity again, 'I need them to do something for me because I need them, so when they do not I threaten to take away from them something to show them I need them'.

    Im not the most talkative with my family...
    Try to be, social interaction is the founding importance of human health known to our species. You may be introverted, and do not feel like doing so, and the most important factor in life is social interaction, treat it as if it were food or sleep.

    As for the introverted, take the 'Meyer's/Brigg's personality test to see if you are extraverted or introverted and plan your action towards social interaction in order to help empower you, your life and the people within it.

    ...and I've noticed that my dads girlfriend has become as (not sure terse is the right word) with me as i am.
    Tense? That is lack of social interaction. Healthy tension is needed, and I remember when I was young that my step mother was distant from me and I to her also. The gap and lack of social interaction between us caused me to become sexually repressed and angry, two very difficult pot holes I had to climb out of.

    Become social with them, find their interests and genuinley be interesting in them as well.

    ...I just think its interesting and if anybody has comments i would love to hear them.
    It is very intersting, I agree with you. Social interaction is one of the most, if not the most important entity that exists in our lives. Skills in this area determine your success in life.


    In one final note here, I suggest the following books that will help you:

    'The Lucifer Principle' (a scientific expedition into the forces of history) by Howard Bloom.

    'Pulling your own strings' by Dr. Wayne D. Dyer

    'The 48 laws of power' by Robert Greene

    and any material from Carlos Xuma you can come across (dating dynamics).

    I hope my comments have been insightful for you.


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