Worldenterer1 wrote:"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." - Edmund Burke
I can easily get angry when people say things. Choosing not to react to ignorance means choosing to allow it to spread.
What I've found over the years is that you can't stop the spread of ignorance in anyone but yourself.
However, through stopping it in yourself, and someone sees how much happier you are because of it... they might, in turn, educate themselves as well.
This is the process by which changing yourself, changes the world. It's an indirect change.
Summerlander wrote:Your post is certainly worth spreading, Worldenterer1. I'm gonna stop coming here (rejoice Ryan and co) but you and Jack will certainly be remembered.
World, you are one of the few people here capable of having a rational conversation.
Keep it up, I enjoy it!:-)
You don't seem to understand...
I *ENJOY* conversing and discussing with Jack and Worldenterer1. Why? Because they speak with respect and if for some reason they cross the line, they know it and apologize or stop.
Nobody likes discussing with you, because you seem to *ENJOY* ramming your opinions down people's throats and when they plead for you to stop, you RAM HARDER.
Instead of choosing to leave yet another forum, why not take this as an opportunity to grow?
Learn to change yourself... learn acceptance... and forgiveness. It has to happen eventually, or you're simply going to run out of forums to discuss on.
I never rejoice when potential knowledge is lost from a community.