Cory Duchesne wrote:There are lots of labels to describe it, but the issue is largely submissiveness to a fixed empirical idea, e.g., submissiveness to people and things, lack of courage, intense need for love, power, emotionally reactive (easily angry), parasitic living through others, and lack of creativity.
If an individual is prone to such traits, then under very unusual circumstances or pressure, he will do something that many would call psychopathic or sociopathic, however, the act could be preformed with a mixture of feelings - self righteousness, anger, even tinged with empathy for someone.
The most abusive acts are very confused ones, with a kaledascope of emotions and images.
Personally, I don't mind a bit of anger and confrontation, but it must be transparent. I can't stand the kind of diplomacy that leads to cunning manipulation and sudden sabotage of things that were being built for months, even years.
mental vagrant wrote:Basicly, intellect, at least that is my view.
ForbidenRea wrote:What's the 'word?' Fixed; on a plain of thoughts; where, each individual is sacrament to his/her potential and linthoma kicks right the fuck in; inside your dreams.
Hey, Cory, nice pic!
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