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The Struggle to Be Human

Discussion in 'Religious Debates' started by Fool, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. Fool

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    Yes but we all are really good at it as well. 2.9 billion to 7.5 billion in my life time is reality itself completely marginalised. I think there will be a revolt right there.
     
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    Who is being marginalized? How?
     
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    I agree, and who struggles,
    think i am classed as human, been a volunteer to help people all my life, Cub, then Scout, then Surf Lifesaver, Ambulance officer, Paramedic, Founder Head injury soc. ect. is that not humanity and humane
     
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    Ok... That didn't really answer my question.

    I mean, thats great that you chose to have professions and activities to help others. What does that suggest for others that have not?
     
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    I can almost hear the thought behind your post, what I find more interesting is that we let ourselves believe that we are less, then we create our own struggle so that we can believe in ourselves, again. I think it becomes a problem when we look for those that taught us to feel less, instead of rejoicing in what we've are.
     
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    honor thy father and mother would be an example of less; if self isn't aware that honor works both ways.

    those who are not aware of the golden rule, or willfully ignore it, will use any means to rule over others in service to self.
     
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    anything that creates inequality based on forms, women vs men, race, age, ethnicity, sexuality.
     
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    The key, for me, is found in the words "if the self isn't aware", whose fault is that, none other than the self its self, or the self's master.
     
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    The key, for me, is found in the words "if the self isn't aware", whose fault is that, none other than the self its self, or the self's master.
     
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