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Why Do Some People Bully Others and Enjoy Creating Misery and Suffering?

Why do some people abuse others? Why do some people bully others? Why are some people malicious to others? Why are some people looking to create meaningless conflict with others? Why do some people enjoy trolling and harassing others? It comes down to a lack of respect for others, and for themselves ultimately, where they lack the ability to look […]

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Barriers to Change: Fear, Being a Victim, and Not Saying No is Automatically Saying Yes

Letting a problem continue, by not saying anything, does not help yourself. It can even harm your self-interest in the long run. Being a victim doesn’t help your situation. If you’re not against a certain something, then you’re supporting it by the default of letting it stand. You let it continue by supporting it by not trying to stop it. […]

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Compassion, Empathy, Sympathy and Suffering – Bearing Good and Evil

Words can have dual meanings when looking at them in relation to truth or falsity, good or evil, etc. By associating words in relation to truth and good in one perspective, and then associating the word with falsity and evil in another perspective, the several meanings and etymological root relations and derivations can be better more clearly understood to reflect […]

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Carnism: The Psychology of Eating Meat

Face your shadow, demon, darkness and negative. Face the wrongdoings and evil you are a part of. Only conscious awareness of the truth of your actions and behaviors and real alignment of perceptions with reality will allow you to do this, not so-called “inner-truth” teachings from meditation, plant-consciousness, or other escapist derivations that prevents you from gaining access to REAL […]

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