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Cyranny’s quickie!

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Do you think that especially good or evil people get born this way, or do they get influenced by the way they are raised?

 

P.S. I am sorry, I found out that for some reason, I have edited yesterday’s Quickie, instead of making a copy to publish the January 10th question… All comments to both questions’ will be replied to in this post. Again, sorry for my mistake!

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47 thoughts on “Cyranny’s quickie!

      1. And I am sure you have a dang whole lot of these 😉

        P.S. I’m sorry, I did a mistake when trying to copy my post to publish Sunday’s question… You had originally posted your comment in the right post.

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    1. That would be something sweet to pass over 🙂

      P.S. I’m sorry, I did a mistake when trying to copy my post to publish Sunday’s question… You had originally posted your comment in the right post.

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    1. I wish you that some of your words will, indeed get published and live on, long after you’re gone. I’d like that too, if I ever think of something interesting enough to get remembered by 😉

      P.S. I’m sorry, I did a mistake when trying to copy my post to publish Sunday’s question… You had originally posted your comment in the right post.

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  1. All my affairs in complete order and my burial spot assured (I own the thing, but it’s far away and who knows how good at record keeping that town is?) Also to have all that stuff paid for completely so all those left behind have to do is plug and plant me.

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    1. Reducing trouble for the people you leave behind is one very kind thing to do, Melanie… I must admit that I didn’t do any of that, yet. Maybe I should think about it. We never know how much longer we will live, right?

      P.S. I’m sorry, I did a mistake when trying to copy my post to publish Sunday’s question… You had originally posted your comment in the right post.

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    1. That’s definately the best legacy to pass over… And the best way to keep living in their hearts!

      P.S. I’m sorry, I did a mistake when trying to copy my post to publish Sunday’s question… You had originally posted your comment in the right post.

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    1. Mouahahahahahaha Yeah, I am surprised that people didn’t mention money more. But As I keep telling my parents, I hope they treat themselves with the money they made through their long working years… I don’t need them to leave me money, when they’ll eventually pass over. I’d rather know that they had a blast during their retirement 🙂

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  2. My body for research . I have had a dramatic remission from an auto immune disease and the specialists believe that I have the answer but for now they don’t know what to test me for to find out how to help others. But if I leave them my body specifically for research into Systemic Scleroderma then maybe they can find the answer. If not now then years from now.

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    1. Wow!! You mentionned you had suffered from an auto immune disease, but I didn’t know it was scleroderma. One of my aunts has it, and has been waiting for a heart and lungs transplant for years now (which is very unlikely to happen now, due to her age…) I am really glad you had a remission, and wish you many many good years to come. But that will most certainly be the greatest gift you can make for people who suffer and hope for a cure. 🙂 xx

      P.S. I’m sorry, I did a mistake when trying to copy my post to publish Sunday’s question… You had originally posted your comment in the right post.

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      1. I hope for your Aunt they can get the answer from me. They now have a test for the antibodies for Scleroderma. I tested positive in 2014 and then the tests after that there are no antibodies. I also have no symptoms. It is so unusual that I have no explanation for it.

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      2. Well that’s one amazing blessing… And maybe one of your life purposes was to help others in a near or far future 🙂 Unfortunately, I have little hope that my aunt will ever get better. She started having pretty severe symptoms many years ago, and I just hope she doesn’t have to suffer too much before the disease takes her.

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    1. I tend to think so too, because I’d like to think that we get born being fairly good people to start with… But I look at people who were raised in a great environment and ended up being psychopaths, or people living horrible and abusive childhoods, that became great figures of kindness and love… And I don’t know anymore… Dang complicated brain 😉

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  3. I used to believe that we were all inherently good by nature. But truth is we aren’t, we are inherently survivors. Also, humans are not all created equally in the sense that from before birth some are disadvantaged by factors that aren’t necessarily genetics. No one is truly good or truly bad I think we all carry both in us and circumstances can makes us do great or terrible things.

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    1. I agree… We do carry both good and bad within each and everyone of us, and it is so hard to point out what exactly makes us tip over one side more than the other. Thank you for sharing your thoughts about this! 🙂

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    1. I hope you are right, but I have doubts. I think that some of us start life with a strike… But I wouldn’t say that these people are born evil. The human brain is so very complicated. There’s a good reason I chose this question, I really don’t know exactly where I stand myself 😉

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      1. I think most of us are products of our environment, including how we are raised, educated, where we live, our friends, neighbors, social contacts, socio-economic situation, religious upbringing (or lack thereof), etc. But, that’s just my opinion.

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  4. Born a blank canvass virtually. Training, teaching, example, peer pressure, the influence and messages of the commercial system, the ideologies of the education system or a religious culture all have a huge impact on someone. Many aspects of thinking and behavioural habits can become deeply ingrained. But eventually, a person stands on their own two feet in choosing which of the countless influences around them they wish to tune into.
    I think there is also a spectrum of imperfection that ranges from weakness to wickedness. We all make mistakes. If we feel bad and seek to correct those mistakes and avoid them – that is good. Learning, repenting, changing are all healthy.
    What is worrying is when we choose to do what we know is wrong. When a person ignores their conscience repeatedly so that it becomes branded, and they start to enjoy doing wrong. It can advance to worse and worse, enjoying the suffering of others, enjoying the feeling of being bad and knowingly offending and insulting and grieving others.

    There are so many people with so many backgrounds – it is sometimes very hard to determine if someone is doing bad things because they were reared to do them, learned by example etc,….or if they know what they are doing is wrong and still choose to do it because they have branded their own conscience and now enjoy harming others.

    I am so glad I am not a judge – what a responsibility!

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    1. Oh my… I know, right? I wouldn’t want that responsability either.

      I have trouble believing that we come to this world as a blank canvas… Some kids do get born with mental illnesses, and I think that can be an extra obstacle to get over even at a young age. But who am I to say? I’m no doctor 😛

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  5. In answer to this one, I think some people are born bad, Monkey has very strong morals and a sense of what is right and wrong. I know he didn’t get this off me, so I have assumed he was born with it and I just need to nuture it or destroy it.

    I think other bad people are made. Mainly through bad parenting,

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