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So I was thinking to myself and thought about it over and over. The thought is that humans are not better than one another. There is just no way a human being can be better than another human being. But as I think about this I can't think of reason why I thought about it. It's troubling that I am dwelling on it and have no idea why. Apart me believes that it's true yet I can't understand why. Human being can't be better than other humans. I don't get why I would think that.


What do you think? Do you find yourself dwelling on something that makes your curious? What do you think about humans not being better than other humans?


I CAN'T STOP THINKING ABOUT IT! SOMEONE HELP ME!


Enjoy!!!
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qualeshia3 wrote:

So I was thinking to myself and thought about it over and over. The thought is that humans are not better than one another. There is just no way a human being can be better than another human being. But as I think about this I can't think of reason why I thought about it. It's troubling that I am dwelling on it and have no idea why. Apart me believes that it's true yet I can't understand why. Human being can't be better than other humans. I don't get why I would think that.


What do you think? Do you find yourself dwelling on something that makes your curious? What do you think about humans not being better than other humans?


I CAN'T STOP THINKING ABOUT IT! SOMEONE HELP ME!


Enjoy!!!


I don't agree with everything he says but the concept is pretty straight forward:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtJwAYJ9B08
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The problem with saying another human is better is that we have no accurate measuring stick to measure what exactly qualifies "best" or "worst". It's just something we define ourselves.
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I bet you could come up with reasons why some people are better than others though.
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HateKillingCamels wrote:

I bet you could come up with reasons why some people are better than others though.


Maybe.
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Posted 13 days ago

qualeshia3 wrote:

Maybe.


Which means......
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Posted 13 days ago

HateKillingCamels wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Maybe.


Which means......


Just maybe.
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If i can kill you in a fight, I am better. This is the only test. Money, Status, none of that matters, Power is the only measurement.
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Sigh, some guy unveiled this question to me back in 2010. My suggestion is best not knowing it else you will get OCD like me = =
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It's very simple.

No human is better than another until you choose to measure them by something. You are the person in charge of defining what makes a human being 'better' than another. It's an comparison word.

I have two bouncy balls. One is slightly larger and a different color than the other. Which one is better? I might say I think the larger ball is better, because the size fits in my hands better. You might say you think the smaller ball is better, because of what color it is.

If you want to say neither is better, that's perfectly acceptable as well.

Until perhaps I change the context, which ball is better for larger hands?--and you might respond the larger one is. Why did your answer change? It changed because we changed the measure.

So if I said, which person is a better fit for society?--you might point at the law abiding citizen over the murderer.

If I said what person is the better human? The better person? You may pause for a moment. How does one measure human? Likely it boils down to your opinion. So if you're saying no person is a better human than another--the simple thing to do is define what makes somebody human.

It always depends on what you're measuring by.

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PrinceJudar wrote:

It's very simple.

No human is better than another until you choose to measure them by something. You are the person in charge of defining what makes a human being 'better' than another. It's an comparison word.

I have two bouncy balls. One is slightly larger and a different color than the other. Which one is better? I might say I think the larger ball is better, because the size fits in my hands better. You might say you think the smaller ball is better, because of what color it is.

If you want to say neither is better, that's perfectly acceptable as well.

Until perhaps I change the context, which ball is better for larger hands?--and you might respond the larger one is. Why did your answer change? It changed because we changed the measure.

So if I said, which person is a better fit for society?--you might point at the law abiding citizen over the murderer.

If I said what person is the better human? The better person? You may pause for a moment. How does one measure human? Likely it boils down to your opinion. So if you're saying no person is a better human than another--the simple thing to do is define what makes somebody human.

It always depends on what you're measuring by.



Thank you for this.
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Nobody is better than anyone.

It all depends who you are comparing yourself to. Is the smartest man in the world better than me? Well no, we are both humans, we have feelings, and we live our lives just like the rest, but in terms of applying what you know in order to show results. He might be better than me, because other people will be drawn to his specific knowledge, where as fewer people would come to me.

You see what I'm getting at?

It's all about money! xD
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Which human was better, Mother Teresa, or Adolf Hitler? Which human was better, Jeffery Dahmer, or Thomas Jefferson? Which human was better, the guy who shot and killed the other guy to steal his wallet, or the guy who shot and killed the other guy to save his family's life?

Now, here's another question, just by adding an 's', the whole question changes.

Which humans are better, Black Humans, or Asian Humans?

How about asking it like this?

Which humans are better, White humans who explored the world on tiny wooden ships (Vikings), or White humans who explored the world on tiny wooden ships (Italians)?
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one winds up sounding like a broken record having to point out that this "we're all equal, we're all one, we're all the same" bullshit is just more globalist propaganda that's being shoved down kids' throats.




CUI BONO...
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Posted 13 days ago

DeadlyOats wrote:

Which human was better, Mother Teresa, or Adolf Hitler? Which human was better, Jeffery Dahmer, or Thomas Jefferson? Which human was better, the guy who shot and killed the other guy to steal his wallet, or the guy who shot and killed the other guy to save his family's life?

Now, here's another question, just by adding an 's', the whole question changes.

Which humans are better, Black Humans, or Asian Humans?

How about asking it like this?

Which humans are better, White humans who explored the world on tiny wooden ships (Vikings), or White humans who explored the world on tiny wooden ships (Italians)?


Don't know.
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