Depressive people who are suicidal or self harm really are the dumbest cunts

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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad


 
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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
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vivimos en una sociedad

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Cats that are particularly approachable and smoochy.


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Poops and vomits in your house, needs food and attention.


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Cats that are particularly approachable and smoochy.
Poops and vomits in your house, needs food and attention.
not a problem if it’s not my cat


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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
Cats that are particularly approachable and smoochy.
Poops and vomits in your house, needs food and attention.
not a problem if it’s not my cat
Can cat-strate you if you are naked

Also, if it`s not yours, but you pet it or feed it, it might follow you, expecially if it`s homeless.
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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great


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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
Not really. And being wrong is not the worst thing someone can be, not wanting to fix wrong things is worst for both person and you.

And you not gonna always feel better after it, because fixing wrong stuff in others is painful for them and you hurt people either way, however it is necessary, because people get stronger after it and they become more competent in what they were wrong.


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I just want to punch a depressed person in the face. Look around you, there's so many things to appreciate in life. Pessimistic little retards.
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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
Not really. And being wrong is not the worst thing someone can be, not wanting to fix wrong things is worst for both person and you.

And you not gonna always feel better after it, because fixing wrong stuff in others is painful for them and you hurt people either way, however it is necessary, because people get stronger after it and they become more competent in what they were wrong.
The concepts are not mutually exclusive: not wanting to fix wrong things is wrong.

Feelings are temporary, perfection is eternal.


 
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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse


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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".


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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
Not really. And being wrong is not the worst thing someone can be, not wanting to fix wrong things is worst for both person and you.

And you not gonna always feel better after it, because fixing wrong stuff in others is painful for them and you hurt people either way, however it is necessary, because people get stronger after it and they become more competent in what they were wrong.
The concepts are not mutually exclusive: not wanting to fix wrong things is wrong.

Feelings are temporary, perfection is eternal.
Well then my statement needs a correction: being wrong is not the worst thing someone can be, unless it`s not wanting to fix wrong things in yourself.

Perfection is not the goal to pursue, getting better today that you were yesterday is. Assuming that perfection exist is same thing that assuming that there is limit on how far you can go.


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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".
While it fails under the same umbrella, "wrong" is too broad term to use.
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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".
surely you'd have to recognize, though, that there's often better ways of educating people than just simply informing them that they're wrong, thereby making the endeavor a waste of time in a majority of cases

if someone were to ask me what's so bad about something, it's not like i'm always gonna be able to convince them—i'm not a master of persuasion, unless you're suggesting that's something i ought to become (or is even possible to become)


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Philosophy in Loaf threads? More likely than you think!
Maybe he shouldn`t stop posting after all...


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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".
surely you'd have to recognize, though, that there's often better ways of educating people than just simply informing them that they're wrong, thereby making the endeavor a waste of time in a majority of cases

if someone were to ask me what's so bad about something, it's not like i'm always gonna be able to convince them—i'm not a master of persuasion, unless you're suggesting that's something i ought to become (or is even possible to become)
Just stating that someone's wrong isn't the case being argued, though; it is a case of precisely explaining why they are wrong. Which, in and of itself, lends more to the idea that you are communicating a correct rationality and educating them as to their wrongness.

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This is also a lot of hubbub around a joke


 
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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".
surely you'd have to recognize, though, that there's often better ways of educating people than just simply informing them that they're wrong, thereby making the endeavor a waste of time in a majority of cases

if someone were to ask me what's so bad about something, it's not like i'm always gonna be able to convince them—i'm not a master of persuasion, unless you're suggesting that's something i ought to become (or is even possible to become)
Just stating that someone's wrong isn't the case being argued, though; it is a case of precisely explaining why they are wrong. Which, in and of itself, lends more to the idea that you are communicating a correct rationality and educating them as to their wrongness.

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This is also a lot of hubbub around a joke
dragging things on longer than is needed has always been my calling


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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".
surely you'd have to recognize, though, that there's often better ways of educating people than just simply informing them that they're wrong, thereby making the endeavor a waste of time in a majority of cases

if someone were to ask me what's so bad about something, it's not like i'm always gonna be able to convince them—i'm not a master of persuasion, unless you're suggesting that's something i ought to become (or is even possible to become)
Just stating that someone's wrong isn't the case being argued, though; it is a case of precisely explaining why they are wrong. Which, in and of itself, lends more to the idea that you are communicating a correct rationality and educating them as to their wrongness.

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This is also a lot of hubbub around a joke
Too bad that person won`t change it view, if he/she don`t want to, and it would be waste of time.

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His eyebrows sparkling, his white beard hangs down to his chest. The thatched mats, spread outside his chise, spread softly, his splendid attos. He polishes, cross-legged, his makiri, with his eyes completely absorbed.

He is Ainu.

The god of Ainu Mosir, Ae-Oine Kamuy, descendant of Okiku-Rumi, He perishes, a living corpse. The summers day, the white sunlight, unabrushed, ends simply through his breath alone.
tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".
surely you'd have to recognize, though, that there's often better ways of educating people than just simply informing them that they're wrong, thereby making the endeavor a waste of time in a majority of cases

if someone were to ask me what's so bad about something, it's not like i'm always gonna be able to convince them—i'm not a master of persuasion, unless you're suggesting that's something i ought to become (or is even possible to become)
Just stating that someone's wrong isn't the case being argued, though; it is a case of precisely explaining why they are wrong. Which, in and of itself, lends more to the idea that you are communicating a correct rationality and educating them as to their wrongness.

Spoiler
This is also a lot of hubbub around a joke
Too bad that person won`t change it view, if he/she don`t want to, and it would be waste of time.

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You can lead a horse to water, but you can't force it to drink. Whether the person who is wrong learns is irrelevant; you still ought to inform and educate them.


 
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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".
surely you'd have to recognize, though, that there's often better ways of educating people than just simply informing them that they're wrong, thereby making the endeavor a waste of time in a majority of cases

if someone were to ask me what's so bad about something, it's not like i'm always gonna be able to convince them—i'm not a master of persuasion, unless you're suggesting that's something i ought to become (or is even possible to become)
Just stating that someone's wrong isn't the case being argued, though; it is a case of precisely explaining why they are wrong. Which, in and of itself, lends more to the idea that you are communicating a correct rationality and educating them as to their wrongness.

Spoiler
This is also a lot of hubbub around a joke
Too bad that person won`t change it view, if he/she don`t want to, and it would be waste of time.

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You can lead a horse to water, but you can't force it to drink. Whether the person who is wrong learns is irrelevant; you still ought to inform and educate them.
And remember my brotha, one fish two fish, red fish blue fish, knick knack paddy whack, give a dog a bone etc.


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tell me what you think is good in the world and i'll tell you precisely why it's actually bad
hearing people say what they think is good in the world and then telling them precisely why it's actually bad
could easily have adverse effects

people have always had different ways of processing uncomfortable truths—some can handle it, others can't

perhaps for some, the notion that there's anything good in the world is all that's keeping them happy, sane, or away from toxic ideologies like nihilism, which is not really something i'd want to take away from anyone

that's not to say these people should be lied to, but it's not always necessary to be so blunt about the iniquities and imperfections of life, and in a lot of cases, the only ones some people will hear the truth from are themselves
You're wrong because being wrong is the worst thing someone can be, so you ought to educate them.

See? Feels great
i can think of worse
More likely than not, it falls under the umbrella term "wrong".
surely you'd have to recognize, though, that there's often better ways of educating people than just simply informing them that they're wrong, thereby making the endeavor a waste of time in a majority of cases

if someone were to ask me what's so bad about something, it's not like i'm always gonna be able to convince them—i'm not a master of persuasion, unless you're suggesting that's something i ought to become (or is even possible to become)
Just stating that someone's wrong isn't the case being argued, though; it is a case of precisely explaining why they are wrong. Which, in and of itself, lends more to the idea that you are communicating a correct rationality and educating them as to their wrongness.

Spoiler
This is also a lot of hubbub around a joke
Too bad that person won`t change it view, if he/she don`t want to, and it would be waste of time.

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You can lead a horse to water, but you can't force it to drink. Whether the person who is wrong learns is irrelevant; you still ought to inform and educate them.
Only if you 100% sure in information you got to taught about that person. Otherwise, you either have to provide what you have on hands and clarify all holes of your point or fill all the remaining holes with missing facts.

Sometimes person you want to inform doesn't even have proper knowledge to comprehend the facts you've got, then you have to go through all the process of taughting for person to understand, which is resource costly and you might be not in a good position to spend your resource. People should treat themselves like someone they are responsible for helping.


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Stop posting before I come to your house and beat the crap out of you.


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836 posts
Wat r u, casul?
Haha memes


Loaf | Legendary Invincible!
 
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If You Are A False Don't Entry
Stop posting before I come to your house and beat the crap out of you.


I lost easily 3 good friends to depression and suicide
They were faggots. You should get better friends. I can just imagine you sitting around with you friends like the goth kids on southpark being like "life is pain, life is only pain".


XSEAN | Legendary Invincible!
 
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I got nothing
Stop posting before I come to your house and beat the crap out of you.


I lost easily 3 good friends to depression and suicide
They were faggots. You should get better friends. I can just imagine you sitting around with you friends like the goth kids on southpark being like "life is pain, life is only pain".
That's ironically funny coming from you.  Don't assume my friends are like your past experiences. 


 


Offtopic:  Evaluation the way u are  here something really fucked up must of happen to you in the past.  Maybe in the future you can find help and most of the people here could take you seriously