tsuki

Amorality as the cure for wartime madness

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Bearing with the conditioned in gentleness, fording the river with resolution, not neglecting what is distant, not regarding one's companions; thus one may manage to walk in the middle. H11L2

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@Preety_India Nope. Why ?


Bearing with the conditioned in gentleness, fording the river with resolution, not neglecting what is distant, not regarding one's companions; thus one may manage to walk in the middle. H11L2

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Just now, tsuki said:

@Preety_India Nope. Why ?

I think If I'm not wrong I had seen you before and you looked oddly similar. Apologies for being wrong. 

 


INFJ-T,ptsd,BPD, autism, anger issues

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Good points. Looking back, my first reaction to the conflict was also way too moralistic - even verbally attacked some people because of it. Fear and confusion helps to create these kinds of reactions - now that I don't fear, I was able to step away from my perspective, and see other's POV.

Also, creating a trully independent, neutral mediator/organization, is a good idea - though whether it's even possible to create such an organization, is highly questionable.

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