Dealing with the ex-wife again, this time its over a gun she claimed came up missing during the divorce.
What really happened, some people lack a single decent level of respect for other people.
Its simply amazing how someone can warp reality to believe what they want.
This world would be a better place if people would respect others. Is a little respect too much to ask? For some people, yea, asking for respect is a little too much to ask for.
The question I ask, why do people have to act that way? Is it a mental disease, too much lead in the water, genetics, mom do too many drugs while she was pregnant,,,, or something else?
What causes certain people to have a lack (or no) empathy for those around them?
Maybe its a survival thing left over from our primal existence? To survive the ice ages, maybe some people stole from others, instead of working as a team for the betterment of the community.
Does selfishness reach no end?
During the housing collapse of 2008 I think we say a good example of selfishness and a lack of empathy. To the money lenders, people were a loan number and nothing more.
Some people take their actions past empathy, and into a field of hatred.
What makes someone so angry that they lash out at everyone around them? There is no talking, there is nothing but screaming and pure rage.
How can someone live in a constant state of rage?
Most people get mad, then calm down a little while later. But there are some people who never seem to clam down, its as if their life is ruled by rage and screaming fits. How can people live like that?
Maybe its a lack of team spirit? That the people think its them against the world? Maybe they think the world is theirs for the taking? Those other people out there are just in the way and are to be brushed to the side like insects.
Isn’t charity and empathy some of the features that make us human? When we strip those away, what are we?
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