PeppermintAfterlife wrote:I mentioned they should be called either 'The Lousy Police," or "The Peppermint Afterlife"...
Lydia wrote:New question:
Which is more important
Lydia wrote:Human action is less valuable with out at least SOME human interaction, though, isn't it? One can act and attempt to change all they want, but if it DOESN'T change anything, if no interaction is made to affirm the change being made, the action is hollowed for the uncertainty of whether or not one made a difference.
If you put out a fire to save a house, does your action hold as much meaning as it would if you put out that fire to save a grateful family?
Does any action hold any meaning without the interacting emotions and opinions of others?
Or can the world be contained in one person's actions and eyes, and do their actions still hold value?
PortableNuke wrote: If someone starts exercising because that person is unhappy with their weight then it doesn't really matter what the perception of anyone else is. Of course there is usually some outside stimuli that sparks the improvement in the first place.
PortableNuke wrote: Everything happen because of a reason not for a reason.
PortableNuke wrote: Everything we experience is entirely subjective. We filter what comes in through our senses with our past experiences and beliefs.
Bartholomeus wrote:Well, I can't help but say that technically, human action and interaction should be on the same level, interaction being a subset of general action... Yet we foolish human beings do evaluate ourselves higher than most things, giving human interaction a special place. After all, we're social creatures, and the existence of this forum and many others is the proof: fictional interaction with you people through this post is currently more important to me than interacting with my bed, and soft, soft, pillow...
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