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THE TRUTH ABOUT VENGEANCE+

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Vengeance: n. unofficial and/or official punishing for a real and/or imagined (injury(s) and/or wrong(s))

Our ego may have been hurt or injured, we may have suffered harsh criticism, someone may have ridiculed or called us names, or someone may have done some other mental and/or physical injury or wrong to us intentionally and the first reaction of most humans is-I want vengeance or I want to punish them in some way!

Historically an eye for an eye was the principle but in modern days vengeance is officially sometimes gotten through the court system by suing and getting a judgment against the offender. A fine or jail time is usually the punishment for intentionally doing to someone a very serious injury(s) and/or wrong(s).

The eye for an eye principle also applies to lesser wrongs. We may ridicule or name calling someone back for ridiculing us or name calling us. If someone is rude to us we may be tempted to be rude back at them rather than just trying to ignore the rudeness and hope that they eventually leave our lives in peace.

The turn the other cheek principle for an injury and/or wrong which isn’t very serious is just to ignore and possibly forgive someone if the injury and/or wrong was not actually intentional. There is a big difference between being intentionally or unintentionally injured and/or wronged and knowing the difference can lead to the elimination of many vengeful feelings which can make your life very miserable for an extended time if you let the vengeful feelings fester in your mind for a long duration.

Sometimes we only imagine that we have been injured and/or wronged such as not being promoted in a job. We may want vengeance but it is realistically not obtainable unless we punish the employer by quitting our job and leaving.

Some feel that society has been unjust to them or wronged them and want vengeance for the sorry situation which they are in. This is frequently an imagined wrong which may be primarily a human’s own fault for not getting an adequate education, personal immorality,  not developing a good social personality, and not being financially responsible.

Historically vengeance has had a bad reputation as being something bad but the reality is that vengeance is an acceptable natural human reaction to the wrongs and injuries which they suffer over a lifetime of bad circumstances caused intentionally by bad humans in most cases.

Vengeful feelings can handicap your life because if you start hating things or humans whom you can’t change then the hate can last over a lifetime and make your life truly miserable without a way out. Racism against a powerful ethnic group which you feel deserves vengeance can lead to a lifetime of hateful feelings which will make you into a bitter and unsatisfied human filled with gripes about real or imagined unfairness or injustice.

 

 

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT WRONGS+

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Wrong: adj. (untrue and/or unjust) and/or (immoral and/or a mistake(s))

If you make a mistake then it is usually something wrong.

If you intentionally promote or say what is untrue then this is wrong about 99% of the time. What is truth? Read my blogs and books to find out the updated truth on almost everything of importance in your life.

Many of the scientific and religious truths of yesterday are no longer true today so truth is an evolving concept but there is one almost eternal truth and that is HUMAN NATURE which has changed very little for thousands of years.

It is also a universal truth that at minimum, human nature needs a secular moral code to guide it or the result is suffering, injustice, and tyranny. A constitution with a bill of rights also helps to reduce the possibility of tyranny but without any commonly held morality society disintegrates into chaos or anarchy.

If you do what is considered immoral or unjust then this largely depends on your definition of morality and justice and any deviation from it is considered the wrong thing to do by you personally.

What is wrong today may be right tomorrow so wrong is a relative concept and depends on the time and circumstances to some extent.

Humans crave certainty and find it hard to say things such as it is wrong 80% of the time. Archaic language also promotes the absolute idea of yes or no, right or wrong, always or never, and 0% or 100%.

What is wrong right now may not be wrong a few seconds or minutes later. No now may be yes an instant later. Wrong now may be right an instant later.

If you crave peace in this world among humans then have peace of mind if you follow or promote the updated true secular morality. It is except in emergency situations-don’t destroy biodiversity, don’t lie, don’t be inefficient, don’t steal, don’t commit adultery if married, and don’t murder.

In this era of moral confusion I promise you that if you try to follow this secular morality in your life then your life has a high probability of improving and giving you peace of mind. You are doing the right thing without many ifs, ands, or buts.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT BLAME***

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Blame: v. to judge responsibility for a (mistake(s) and/or wrong)(s) and/or (injustice(s) and/or immorality(s)) and/or bad circumstance(s)

When you are blaming a human(s) and/or circumstance(s) then you are in effect being judge and jury and claiming that something is a mistake, wrong, an injustice, and/or immoral. Be careful who or what you are blaming because you may be partially or totally to blame for the bad human behavior or bad circumstance and you may not be guilt free.

Ask questions, gather evidence, and consult reputable sources if possible which is better than making too many impulsive judgments, being wrong in your judgment, and having to argue for your wrong biased viewpoint which frequently causes vengeful and hurt feelings in others.

Dead and living humans and their institutions and vices are frequently to blame for the problems in this world but some blame bad luck, bad weather, bad events, bad economy, bad laws, and bad addictions.

If you feel victimized then start by blaming yourself and then proceed to improve yourself and some of the world with it.

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