Angirasa Acharya (aka Jim....) (angiasaa) wrote,
Angirasa Acharya (aka Jim....)
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Right or Wrong?

Punishment is something you get when you do something wrong.

What is wrong in one persons eyes is not wrong in another's.

Frankly speaking, the Cannibals of yore ate human beings as a ritual.  They thought it was the correct thing to do.  What does present-day society say about eating our citizens?  We disown them, we banish them behind bars, we send them through trials, and finally, we slaughter them 'In the name of the Law".  Now, is killing a human right or wrong?  Society says killing humans is a bad thing.  But then, why send the cannibal to the hangman?  A good deed done?  Bah!

One mans trash is another mans gold!

Some of us are non-vegetarian, some eat plants.  Are'nt we killing the plant to sustain our lives?  They're living components of this planet just as you or I are.  Humans would'nt have evolved to such a degree while still preserving our oral canines if we were'nt meant to be omnivores!  We are all meat eaters by genetic trait.

What is God?  Who was Adam and who was Eve?  Eve turns out to be Adams clone, created from his rib by God(?).  They had three sons and no daughters....  Adam and Eve were the first human beings on Earth, they had two sons, one of whom murdered the other, and yet who produced a large race of people, the third son, Seth, being a man who was engineered to be a man of God.  Where the dickens did the rest of us come from?  They were supposed to be the only people on the planet at the time!

There's only so much belief one can have without happening upon the truth.  Sadly, most of these ground-hugging folks are stuck up with their thoughts, claiming that they know what they're talking about.  In actual fact, we're all just wrangling in the muck to reinforce the goop that society has been bleeding into our minds since the day we were born.

We don't want to break out of our notions, we fear the unknown, we make up stories to impress the masses, and then, one fine day, we believe our own made-up stories to be the truth!

What's this world coming to anyway!?

I know, this might be a controversial post to have, but then, I say what I want right?  And it's up to you people to accept it or not.  I'm not attacking any individuals or trains of thought.  I respect them.  But I don't have to share in their notions or intellectual trains to respect them, I can give them respect while maintaining my own views.  And before you people go pounding on the gateway to hell, begging Satan to drag me under, just hold your horses a second and think, I could be wrong....  But then, I guess that brings us back full circle to the top of this post, What is right and what is wrong!?  Just the mafia effect, where the stronger majority decide what is right and wrong while the weaker minority is forced into following the Law of the majority.  Sad, defunct, pathetic!
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