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Self Destruction?
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Would you do it, why?
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No context needed?
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I have in the past. I blamed myself for my dad's death. During that time I almost got myself killed more than once. Luckily, years later, when I found out who was really responsible, I turned my back on the responsible parties and on God and my faith.
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If my trainer told me to do it and had enough badges to earn my respect, I'd do it.
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neugenx wrote:

I have in the past. I blamed myself for my dad's death. During that time I almost got myself killed more than once. Luckily, years later, when I found out who was really responsible, I turned my back on the responsible parties and on God and my faith.


And He was somehow responsible, then?

(Y'know, with the setup, we kind of thought it was heading in the direction of "I realized the world and God weren't to blame, and it was the responsible parties that were acting like jerks, etc." or in that general ballpark. I mean, usually does, but wow, your outcome was really creative!)
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https://youtu.be/zx_25ernC2c

What kind of self destruction?


blow up yourself or something (don't think wrong way)

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VZ68 wrote:


Sagenaruto68 wrote:


VZ68 wrote:

https://youtu.be/zx_25ernC2c

What kind of self destruction?


blow up yourself or something (don't think wrong way)



https://youtu.be/aHjRQJZsUGg

Always depends on what's going on.


That's right :)

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neugenx wrote:

I have in the past. I blamed myself for my dad's death. During that time I almost got myself killed more than once. Luckily, years later, when I found out who was really responsible, I turned my back on the responsible parties and on God and my faith.


And He was somehow responsible, then?

(Y'know, with the setup, we kind of thought it was heading in the direction of "I realized the world and God weren't to blame, and it was the responsible parties that were acting like jerks, etc." or in that general ballpark. I mean, usually does, but wow, your outcome was really creative!)


Not creative, just the joke that life can play on you. My Dad was essentially murdered by the corporation he worked for (who I will not name) on my 16th birthday (yes on the day of my 16th birthday). I had a bad feeling tried to stop him from going to work and he wouldn't listen. He was killed in what seemed at first an accident but turned out to be negligent homicide. Less than a month later, my dog came down with cancer and died. For a 16 year old that's just enough to break you. Then to top it off when all was said and done my Dad's murderers got away with it without as much as a slap on the wrist. Up until 2004 they'd killed at least 22 people the same way due to their "profit-margin" but since they're a big corporation nothing and no one will ever stop them. If that isn't a reason to turn your back on God I don't know a better one do you? During that time I attempted suicide, almost got my head blown off in school and almost got stabbed to death in school (still have the scar for that one).
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You mean self-sabotage?
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neugenx wrote:


Ejanss wrote:


neugenx wrote:

I have in the past. I blamed myself for my dad's death. During that time I almost got myself killed more than once. Luckily, years later, when I found out who was really responsible, I turned my back on the responsible parties and on God and my faith.


And He was somehow responsible, then?

(Y'know, with the setup, we kind of thought it was heading in the direction of "I realized the world and God weren't to blame, and it was the responsible parties that were acting like jerks, etc." or in that general ballpark. I mean, usually does, but wow, your outcome was really creative!)


Not creative, just the joke that life can play on you. My Dad was essentially murdered by the corporation he worked for (who I will not name) on my 16th birthday (yes on the day of my 16th birthday). I had a bad feeling tried to stop him from going to work and he wouldn't listen. He was killed in what seemed at first an accident but turned out to be negligent homicide. Less than a month later, my dog came down with cancer and died. For a 16 year old that's just enough to break you. Then to top it off when all was said and done my Dad's murderers got away with it without as much as a slap on the wrist. Up until 2004 they'd killed at least 22 people the same way due to their "profit-margin" but since they're a big corporation nothing and no one will ever stop them. If that isn't a reason to turn your back on God I don't know a better one do you? During that time I attempted suicide, almost got my head blown off in school and almost got stabbed to death in school (still have the scar for that one).


Man that sad dude. Hope that company gets shut down.
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Man that sad dude. Hope that company gets shut down.


It won't ever happen, unfortunately. They're too big to let a scandal of that sort even hurt their business. While I won't mention their name I will in fact say practically everyone in the World knows who they are and has for many decades.
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Once i was painting and suddenly i got annoyed because of my hair getting in the way so i went into the toilt and shaved my fucken head off. I am impulsive but less so now than when i was younger.
When i lose it, i'm like raaaaaaah! lol


It's gone 5 mins later if i don't act up on it xD strangely enough, it's really petty crap that drive me up the wall and i handle huge disappointments/disturbances well and come up with a plan.
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neugenx wrote:


Ejanss wrote:
(Y'know, with the setup, we kind of thought it was heading in the direction of "I realized the world and God weren't to blame, and it was the responsible parties that were acting like jerks, etc." or in that general ballpark. I mean, usually does, but wow, your outcome was really creative!)


Not creative, just the joke that life can play on you. My Dad was essentially murdered by the corporation he worked for (who I will not name) on my 16th birthday (yes on the day of my 16th birthday). I had a bad feeling tried to stop him from going to work and he wouldn't listen. He was killed in what seemed at first an accident but turned out to be negligent homicide. Less than a month later, my dog came down with cancer and died. For a 16 year old that's just enough to break you. Then to top it off when all was said and done my Dad's murderers got away with it without as much as a slap on the wrist. Up until 2004 they'd killed at least 22 people the same way due to their "profit-margin" but since they're a big corporation nothing and no one will ever stop them. If that isn't a reason to turn your back on God I don't know a better one do you?


Well, I dunno, most people, even if they weren't sixteen, would take the first route that sprang to mind and childishly blame God if it was just some unfortunate biological act of nature like the cancer, but sounds like four out of six of your complaints are about people.
And like you say, "Punish the innocent and the guilty go free..." (Oh sure, pick on the insubstantial guy 'cause it's easy.)

Unless God was on the company stockholder board, of course, but I don't remember Him showing up at any of the quarterly meetings.
Otherwise, sounds like your complaint was "Why didn't God make things better for me?"--I'm sorry, did you say "sixteen", or "six"?
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