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post #9 of (permalink) Old 06-08-2019, 10:08 AM
Deaf Mute
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Probably, but it's not going to happen because of all the imbalances of power. For me, the "good" in people is relative, a "mean" person is mostly seen that way by the people they hurt, whereas to the "mean" person's lover or friends, they're normal. Heaps of guys are total jerks but to their girlfriends they're kind and white knighting or how about that "perfect" school captain that bullies loners but all the teachers think they're the kindest most generous individual in the whole entire state?

Anyone can be good if they want to honestly. Empathy is rare because it's either learned or innate imo. Learning being from having suffered similar hardships or circumstances as others, and innate from being able to imagine having to live with certain problems others face.

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