Life metaphors

Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by birch, Jun 10, 2017.

  1. birch Valued Senior Member

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    once i forgot my backpack at the gym, went back to get it only an hour later it was gone, not missing or turned in but taken. once at a public laundromat, i had a very small load in the dryer and left for only half an hour and the clothes were taken. these particular clothes were brand new and evidently someone who checked the dryer noticed it.
    it's starts little from nature too as in first grade overseas we had to take our shoes off when we entered class but first day of school if you had nicer or new shoes, it would be stolen by some other child even if their shoes were alright, this is 6 or 7 year old girls. do you think their parents didn't notice or brought the shoes back? no. all variants of sociopathy is considered normal except the worst offenses such as murder.

    but the important truth is that you can't tell who is a sociopath from anyone else. you can't tell from outward appearance. they appear no different than anyone else.

    society is kind of deludes itself with false ideas of people that give people undue credit that are quite tenuous and often fake because if there were no laws, it would be a different world.
     
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