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Posted 6/6/08 , edited 6/6/08

Joliame wrote:


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HOWEVER!
Respect is not something you demand, respect is something you gain! If one starts to demand respect, they deserve RIDICULE!
I will personally not start respecting religion, all the respect is what gives religion the bloated ego that is has..



Yes, respect is a very tricky slope. But you have to say, on what i did was blatant disrespect, there was no just cause. I did it just to do it and because of my ways i got yelled at, which isn't any surprise. I showed a lack of respect for their messiah, so their reactions was pretty normal.

I'm not saying you should kiss the ass of anyone just because of their religion, but if you're kind to them, most will show the same to you.


Your little sentence deserved that kind of treatment?
Shouldnt they as the "pillars of morality" show you the "sinner" the same "respect" jesus did?

Well as humans i understand that being jesus is a bit to much, but man come on, you did not deserve that, and the guy who yelled at you probably knows, so go back, get your apology, and give one back incase you feel political correct that day, or just to smoothe things up!

HURRY!
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Your little sentence deserved that kind of treatment?
Shouldnt they as the "pillars of morality" show you the "sinner" the same "respect" jesus did?

Well as humans i understand that being jesus is a bit to much, but man come on, you did not deserve that, and the guy who yelled at you probably knows, so go back, get your apology, and give one back incase you feel political correct that day, or just to smoothe things up!

HURRY!


Hehehe, i kind of wish i could me friend, but it's been a few years since then, so there's no way to reach that person anymore. Hell, there isn't really a way to reach myself as i was at that time. But apology or not, the only real way to feel better about mistakes in the past is to not try and justify your actions, only to accept your limitations of education and understanding and try not to repeat.

That's not to say i've learned from that experience. I've made similar breaches of respect before and i'm sure i'll make plenty more before my twilight ends.
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Posted 6/7/08

Joliame wrote:


saywhaat wrote:


Your little sentence deserved that kind of treatment?
Shouldnt they as the "pillars of morality" show you the "sinner" the same "respect" jesus did?

Well as humans i understand that being jesus is a bit to much, but man come on, you did not deserve that, and the guy who yelled at you probably knows, so go back, get your apology, and give one back incase you feel political correct that day, or just to smoothe things up!

HURRY!


Hehehe, i kind of wish i could me friend, but it's been a few years since then, so there's no way to reach that person anymore. Hell, there isn't really a way to reach myself as i was at that time. But apology or not, the only real way to feel better about mistakes in the past is to not try and justify your actions, only to accept your limitations of education and understanding and try not to repeat.

That's not to say i've learned from that experience. I've made similar breaches of respect before and i'm sure i'll make plenty more before my twilight ends.


Well in my eyes you have nothing to justefy, simply because there wasnt anything wrong..
But i guess that what makes humans so funny, we all have a boundaries set al over the place..
its funny to see that, a sentence like yours would take so much offence, as with me i would take it as a decent response..

Well enough about that, well i hope you will lots and lots of more mistakes :)
Cheers and have a nice life of learning

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