(I felt like all that crap I tried to write on johan rapper’s post felt too disjointed, unclear, and leaning towards being completely inaccurate.
Plus, this kind of stuff just doesn’t really belong on my Christoph blog…no duh. He would never say anything like this 99.99999% of the time, so who am I kidding? It is wrong, and is not being put in its proper category to say the least.)
So for those of you who have no idea what this is about…it’s basically just me expressing my opinions about whether there truly is a basis to having a right or a wrong or if it’s all just stupid crap people made up to torture ourselves.
Okay, let’s start off by pretending you’re trying to keep a flame alive from being burned out. You only get one source of flame, and that’s the only chance you get to keep it alive. You can make another flame very easily, but that’s not really the point, is it?
If the objective is to keep the flame from being burned out and it gets burned out, you can quickly conclude this is either an error or a fault that belongs to either you specifically, the flame, the air, the whole universe, mushi, etc. So, which of these is more likely to be true?
Do you know what’s likely? There will appear to be a truth to all possibilities, and you will proceed to confuse yourself in numerous ways. Unfortunately, you or I tend to lament or grieve and curse our limitations, and we might just throw ourselves down upon the ground calling up to the sky for somebody to save us from the wrongs we have made.
Yes, you and I instantly reject that we’ve have tried to give truth to all possibilities in the universe, and we call it a massive brain fart. When you or I try to do everything all by ourselves with many limitations and dubious judgment, we brain fart…
It’s generally simple…rights and wrongs are a part of our day to day conduct, and they are very matter of fact on this planet for us humans if not because we simply brain fart. Just because we can’t agree on whether a regular fart is more of a stinker than another fart, doesn’t mean horrible flatulence doesn’t exist when the effects are right in front of us. It just means our explanations and definitions are limited, and do not cover the basis of everything or the whole of existence.
Yes, basically, trying to determine what is right or wrong is like trying to determine what stinks up the place more than anything else without stinking up the place yourself, especially when we all must fart. It is kind of like something that can be detected like methane or carbon monoxide, and we can interpret it as good and bad that we’re taking it in based on the effect it has on us or others.
Yes, we are all different from one another, but I implore you that there is a smell out there that will take us all down indiscriminately. If it seems like some people are immune to it, it’s highly likely because they’re wearing a gas mask or have a major sinus or cold.
You see, we have the ability to find reasonable explanations rather than having to come up with a million different explanations. When, satisfiedcat, says there is no right or wrong, I would strongly advise anybody not to come up with a million explanations like I tried to do.
People who are far smarter than I am can simplify things much better than I can. I can assure you even these people will say this or that is the right idea…this or that on the other hand is not the right idea without sounding like a prick. I, on the other hand, struggle greatly trying to say things without sounding like a prick or sounding preachy.
So yeah, in my opinion, if there’s a truth to something and a basis to it, we will unintentionally torture ourselves with it or try to get rid of it like a pest. We just don’t like looking like fools, being told we’re at fault, being scolded, or being caught red handed.
The fact that people act like this tells me that we very much need a system of identifying rights and wrongs in place. Since we’ve created a system of rights and wrongs; therefore, they in a broad sense exist wherever they’re supposed to apply.