Evo Psyche: Love & War

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Evo Psyche: Love & War is a collection of Greg's posts on the Love & War section of his 2004 Evo Psyche forum.

Maybe the other members' replies will be added later. Who knows. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Losing It ~ Any Regrets?

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Gregory (OP)

Dec 1 2004, 07:01 PM

Mmm... brilliant idea from the other section ~ if you are all willing, please tell everyone about your experiences with sexual confrontation (no details please)

Have you ever been pressured?

What is your stand? Sex before marriage?

Discuss general first times here...

As I stated in another topic, I was very unsafe with my first time, and only luck & timing got me through it ~ there was a time when I though I contracted an STD ~ :) It just turned out to be ingrown hairs.

Nasty things. :P

I lost my virginity at 14, I do not regret it considering the outcome, and my continued care for the person I dated at the time.

Note: If you don't know how to handle this topic, remind yourself, we're all human, "we all make mistakes" ~ and we all are built in very similar ways with similar emotions.

What you feel, someone else also feels ~ here you can talk about it.
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 07:40 PM

Yes, the classic "if you love me" manipulation...

[rolls eyes] Good mentality ~ there are plenty of head gamers out there, I'm glad to know you won't fall for that...

Mmm... I've had sex with four people, two were virgins, the other two, not ~ I regret one, as I did not think it through, and she is truly mentally... distant.

The other three are memories, and they are meant to stay memories as far as I see it ~ I do not regret them, but I don't want such occasions to occur again, as I have changed, while they have changed even more... to become entirely incompatable with me today ~

The girl I respect most, the girl I love most, is the one who was not ready to give it to me ~ and during that time, I appreciated our relationship enough to wait.

She broke up with me later on ~ and I'm sure she was happy she did not give it away to me at that time ~ in a way, I am too...

Girls, if you have it, keep it until you are absolutely sure... boys don't grow the attachment girls have a potential to build ~ and in that, parting will have a much greater effect on you.

Cherish it while you have it, for regretting is far worse than any week, month, or year in waiting.

Boys: [shrugs] Wear a condom, treat her right, and make sure you don't act like a dick to her afterwards.
Gregory

Dec 2 2004, 08:32 AM

He obviously thinks men have little to no emotion...

Girls often are physically changed by the first time, while boys... nothing changes much for them other than a truck load of emotions (if they arn't complete sociopaths).
Gregory

Dec 13 2004, 11:50 PM

Mmm... I had a HEAVY incident when I was 11 with a 15 year old girl... two years later my friend that was 1 year younger than me had sex with her... [shivers] She... strange... yes... ick.

Anyway, I know, it gets up that early, and boy did I have plenty of feelings for girls...

I remember swimming at theme park water center, and getting so excited (emotionally, not physically) when I brushed up against 18-28 year old girls... I was 10... mmm... I actually used to pray that a girl would fall out of the sky and doooo me... ya... so it's proof that I was Christian once... I'm telling you this because I know it's confidential, and I know I can trust that you won't post this online or anything... thank ya friend... now, have you had any... funny kid memories...

Gosh, I really hope you don't tell anyone on the forums about this... it's so embarrassing.

Perfect Somebody, Describe them

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Gregory

Nov 2 2004, 08:03 PM

Perfect Lova!

1. Must have cute smile!

2. Loves to laugh and joke.

3. Knows integrity well.

4. Very loyal to the right people.

5. Short-Medium Height (5'1-5'7)

6. Hair Color... Red!

7. Skin Color... Pale!

8. Must not smoke or use drugs.

9. Must be agressive/gentle physically... have the capability to do both, you know?

Mm... I would also want the perfect girl to have lots of ideas in her head... that's always good.

What Is Beauty?

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Gregory (OP)

Dec 4 2004, 06:24 PM

What do you think makes a man or a woman physically attractive?

I think...

1. A body clean of piercings & tattoos has a greater potential to be beautiful. 2. To make a beautiful woman, you need a beautiful face... the body is insignificant without lovely eyes, flowing/thick hair and cracks from smiling too much (kidding, but smiling is very good). 3. If you look unnatural (too much make-up, dyed hair etc) you have taken away your true beauty. 4. Skinny is not always healthy, if you eat well, no matter how heavy/light you are, you body is beautiful to me.

Basically what I believe makes a healthy body, is a healthy mind ~ a healthy mind is of one who keeps their body clean, pure ~ just like we were created.

We humans so easily destroy what was once perfection with our perverted desire for intoxicants, deformities (tattoos, tongue piercings, etc), and various other forms of body/mind mutilation ~

I feel anyone who strips their body of it's true self, is uglier than one born deformed ~ for their inner self speaks nothing but instability, and/or wretched self-loathing (those who do not like themselves as they are seek change, this is fact).

What is beauty to you?
Gregory

Dec 4 2004, 10:39 PM

In understand what you mean, attitude makes the person... and I am really glad you agree with me on the body mutilation ~ I never understood it... unless you're going to war and want to put paint under your eyes/face... but then again, I don't even understand war.

And by the by, I'm totally your guy ~ you described me ~ too bad I'm not looking for a relationship, am 19, don't live near you & can be a jerk sometimes.

:) Ha ~

I also believe that perception of the world really makes the person ~ it's all about what you believe... and what you're willing to believe.

Illogically stubborn people get to me, and boy do they dig deep... it is as if we should have been born on separate planets...

Too bad theirs would inevitably be consumed by water as everyone would think the world is temporary and fack it to hell... maybe even literally (the hell, not the fack)

(pollution burns holes in o-zone, o-zone lets more heat in, heat makes ice melt, ice melt? goodbye dry land)
Gregory

Dec 4 2004, 10:56 PM

Mmm... I believe that you can use your mind to get yourself out of all situations with potential war involved... as long as you have time to talk ~ if not, (like if your country is under attack) only then do I think killing is necessary, to maintain one's own safety.
Gregory

Dec 4 2004, 11:00 PM

Yep, and in saying that, I think you and I should build a bomb that will wipe everyone out so we can start over from scratch, while teaching the children our ways.

[grins insanely as he carves "JEBUS" in his arm]

Ha ha... [rolls eyes] :P

Attracted To The Gender?

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Gregory (OP)

Nov 2 2004, 07:58 PM

Mmm... why do you like the favored gender (I would say opposite sex but... you know...)?

I don't like boys... so this is why I like girls (Skye, lets pretend for a moment that I am not thinking about you when I write this so I can base it entirely off of a generalization... :) )

1. They don't have pee pees... and that rocks!

2. They don't make constant sex references... even though they think about it a lot while in... heat... or something (which is cool... because it's like a tiger!)

3. They open themselves up for damage (entering a relationship with a boy) not realizing that the power to hurt was given without rightful consideration (because boys are irresponsible with love, and ridiculously illogical) thanks to their strong desire to feel as if they are a part of something valuable, where they too will find value.

4. They tend to follow what their fathers taught them, and live up to that teaching no matter the contradiction. If never broken hearted by a boy, they will also give the same respects to their first true lover, in following all he does, once again to seek value (this of course, once again, is a generalization) which I find to be beautiful, but shallow nonetheless.

5. They were built with the most gorgeous fat in the world (breasts)... Ha ha! True... pretty.

6. I also love every other part ~ Except that they too crap, and stink while doing so... Oh... and the mood swings drive me crazy!

7. They are fun to hug physically because they are commonly smaller which makes them fit into my arms so well... as if every hug were meant to be made forever (but then it just gets clostraphobic and unconfy).

8. To show a boy they like them, they either hit them a lot (annoying but cute) or laugh at everything the boy says (wow... strange, but it sure is a good hint!) ~

9. Girls are horn-dogs in sheep skin often (they pretend not to be turned-on, but really are much like boys... without the digusting obviousness of it all).

That's about it for now... it is your turn anyway...
Gregory

Nov 3 2004, 09:51 PM

Mmm... unless they actually like a girl and then they dump him...

Boys often get all... psycho stalker when you dump them while they love you... ooo... strings attached mmm?
Gregory

Nov 12 2004, 08:48 PM

Mmm... wise words... in a way.

[sighs] I believe that if a boy were raised with other boys, and had never met any girls, he would end up gay...

[shrugs] That's just assumption, but it seems like we love what is taught to us, not what is "instinctive"...

Maybe you would like the female once it came around, but until then, you're just gay ~ as humans seek companionship, and males can offer that to other males, physically & emotionally.

While I still think, me in such a situation, is revolting. I just don't like boys ~ but if there were no girls? Can you really say any different?
Gregory

Nov 19 2004, 11:29 PM

Mmm... I've read this story before... it does not end well.

Do what you wish, you're only ruining four lives.
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 05:33 PM

Good post... I was really interested ~ however I do wonder why you did not say anything about why you are willing to mingle with those of the same gender as you.

It seems like you don't really like girls at all ~
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 06:03 PM

QUOTE (DarkVampire @ Dec 1 2004, 06:55 PM)

What attracts me to girls is basically the same thing that attracts me to guys, but they are usually more open to talking about thier feelings so in that aspect that makes it easy to talk to certian girls.

Mmm... well, I certainly express my feelings a lot... I rarely cry, but if I have a strong emotion, those around will know.

As for the feelings involving a relationship, it's rather insane... like a million lines of do's and don'ts...

Mmm... regardless, I am said to be a girly man due to my sense of love ~ and strong desire for it... however I am all about farm work ~ nature...

I certainly have high standards though ~ so no matter what girl likes me however much, I won't date them unless they satisfy a ton of requirements...

Cold ~ but true...

I adore girls for many reasons, I just don't feel many of them are worth the time. The same goes with having male friends ~ why give them the time if us socializing will not make the world any better.

A main objective of mine is to be loved, love a girl who helps my life in such a manner to where I am happier, and in that I would work better/harder because of it ~

I guess what I seek, is a promising future ~ where both of us will be happy.

The other? I'm not sure she's out there... but I have a few hints that tell me she is.
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 06:23 PM

Good boys are hard to find... good luck.

Banned For Life

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Gregory (OP)

Dec 2 2004, 12:39 AM

Mmm... because I posted something on this board, I am not longer part of someone's life... is that not the most terrible thing you've heard in a while?

Because of two posts I am no longer aloud to see someone I care for...

[sighs] I won't say who, I won't say by who I was told this ~ but now I am pretty devistated... and all I feel like doing now is peeing & posting about the woes I have recently felt...

[sighs deeply]

The sad part of this was that the reader simply read the post wrong ~ I was not even speaking of them when they assumed I did...

[looks away] I am tired of being censored though... for a while now I've been told not to post certain things... and I hate being held back from speaking my mind... especially when it is no surprise to anyone I know directly, then no one faces shock.

[sighs] Alright, so have any of you ever been banned from another person's life?
Gregory

Dec 2 2004, 08:42 AM

Yes... I just got off the phone... as it turns out they only want a month apart ~ yes, they.

[sighs] I'm not happy about it, but I don't want to pass conclusion before it comes ~ I feel like I really don't want to go back... or see them again because of how I feel now... awful, unwanted.

It's like all this time there has been messages that I never read into, as they had never been presented to me... and now they're coming out with everything I ever did wrong, or at least the notice that I did do a lot of things wrong, but they won't tell me because it's sensitive... [sighs deeply]

Glutton, I'm not going to censor myself, if I have something to say, I'll say it ~ that's who I am... and if someone can't handle that, they certainly should not be in my life.

I speak the truth, I speak my mind, and when someone I care for becomes offended by the truth, by my mind, it is like they are offended by me, and that's a direct attack on my pride, & my care for them.

I just don't take things like this well (considering it is the first time)...

[sighs deeply]
Gregory

Dec 2 2004, 07:11 PM

Sorry Glutt... I meant to say "Hakk" ~ mmm... yes, thanks for the support.
Gregory

Dec 3 2004, 10:49 AM

QUOTE (gluttonforpunishment @ Dec 3 2004, 04:48 AM)

I am never quite sure on the inflection of your mmmm's sometimes they can be before disagreeing with a point others seem to be sarcastic or condescending and others a kind of break for thought which kind of mmmm was the last one.

Sorry Snake... BRRROOOOOTHHHHAAAA! [smiles] Life goes on... for me too.

Mmm... as for the quote, don't worry, I think very highly of you in proportion to the other board members...

Well...

Lets put my list of people so I can absolutely destroy all joy on this board.

1. Vampire

2. Chris

3. Glutton

4. Fruit

5. Snake

5. Retro

6. Razzzzzz

You figure out what I meant by that.

(obviously I respect your mind more than a few others)

Mmm...

Yes... Mmm... Iluvatar, Tantaga & Netunesa are not on the list as they do not post much.
Gregory

Dec 4 2004, 05:42 PM

I don't like the fact that I even made a list ~ lets talk of relationship bans, mmmkay?
Gregory

Dec 5 2004, 03:09 PM

If he does not want to commit than he does not deserve the time of day... letting him be close to you in such a manner is just opening you up for some serious stress.

I don't know what you have to do to get grounded for so long, but I am sure it is nothing bland ~
Gregory

Dec 5 2004, 03:31 PM

I know, find yourself a boyfriend, then he won't feel comfy with being touchy touchy...

Mmm... good candidate? I donno... make someone up!

Just tell him your dating someone... and he'll back off. If he doesn't than he is a bonafied scum bag...

But in thinking twice of the subject, you would have to lie... so... neva mind.
Gregory

Dec 5 2004, 03:50 PM

Say you fell in love with some man in New York and you plan to marry him after you graduate... it will make you look pathetic, but it will also make him back off... I think...

You know what?

This is what I would truly do in that situation: "Hey bucko, don't ever touch me again."

~ fin
Gregory

Dec 8 2004, 12:17 PM

Gosh, this song is so freaking funny... just play him the pimp song and tell him that I'll smoke him, I'll choke him... BOOOOYEEEEE [rolls eyes and grins]
Gregory

Dec 8 2004, 05:43 PM

Good... than it is not such a huuuuge problem mmm? SOUND MAN! (officially obsessed with SOUND MAN!)
Gregory

Dec 8 2004, 06:43 PM

Groovy ~ Snow is good... but "too much of anything can be a bad thing".

Ya? :) Well... I hope the best ~

Is it wrong to love your bestfreid?

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Gregory

Dec 7 2004, 06:46 PM

There are many forms of love, what is yours?
Gregory

Dec 8 2004, 05:42 PM

It's only wrong if she does not feel the same way towards you... otherwise it is just pointless love ~ as I see it.
Gregory

Dec 8 2004, 06:46 PM

Hey it really is best if your honest and open with the person you love MGS ~ otherwise your love will forever be in question.

Love at first sight?

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Gregory

Nov 15 2004, 07:13 PM

No... there is a vibe you get when you meet someone who can really change your life for the better... that is my "love at first sight"...

However it is no guarantee that they will not screw your mind up for a short while if you play the card game wrong... do you understand what message I mean to send?
Gregory

Nov 24 2004, 11:09 AM

QUOTE (karma @ Nov 24 2004, 09:27 AM)

if you fall in love with somebody the instant you see them, you are a weak person, and you believe love is as common as water

How can you judge a person entirely based on one aspect of their mind?

It just seems irrational to me, and I have been seeing a lot of it on this board.
Gregory

Dec 13 2004, 11:59 AM

What if the person you see is helping an old man get up from falling, and you love people who help others ~ and in that, the person you see also represents what you would find as a perfect significant other ~ so in that, they fit your standards exactly visually, while also having a portion of their mind that you can't help but love as that portion is something you adore most, care for others well-being...

So yes, I believe in love at first sight.

tips for being a great kisser

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Gregory

Nov 2 2004, 08:08 PM

Advice: Make sure you grunt/bark loudly before each kiss, it lets her know you like her. Also, be sure to lick her lips for her so she won't have to moisten them herself. Finally, use a lot of tongue, all over her chin, even a little nose action, make sure her entire face is pretty much covered in saliva...

You with then officially be a dog.

Homie.
Gregory

Nov 3 2004, 05:46 PM

QUOTE (Iluvatar @ Nov 3 2004, 06:30 PM)

How many boys have you dated and kissed, Netunesa?

I've kissed alot, and sometimes it was fun... other times not...

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Ghaaaa ha ha ha ha.

:) You're funny.

Elements of Love, Which is most important?

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Gregory (OP)

Dec 1 2004, 02:46 PM

What do you think is most important in a relationship who's main objective is to truly achieve a genuine "love"? Please chose from the following or make up your own, and tell us why.

1. Sex

2. Attraction

3. Respect

4. Loyalty

5. Fun

6. Excitement

7. Presence (Always being there)

8. Religion

9. Morals

10. Aspiration

I believe it is respect, because in order to truly love someone, you need to first respect them (or so this applies to me).
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 04:27 PM

Patience & Compromise?

Mmm... maybe when opposites attract, but what if you do not have conflicts?
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 05:30 PM

Mmm... true, but there is love without significant conflict, and in this I say, there is no notable need for patience.
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 05:53 PM

What a terrible man your ex is. [glares slightly]

You would have to be to say what he said.
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 06:13 PM

Well... shit, I'm sorry that happened to you Mary ~ men are so freaking irrational with their balls it just makes me want to end their lives for the pain they caused, and the impression they place on the rest of us ~ the men with respect & dignity in the realm of sex.

I've dated many girls who had been violated ~ I fear what I will do if I ever knowingly encounter such a person who would do that to a woman.
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 06:21 PM

Yes, it is an important part... however I have had relationships with barely any conflict ~ and in that, little patience was needed.

But yes, it is important in those rare situations.
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 06:36 PM

QUOTE (DarkVampire @ Dec 1 2004, 07:27 PM)

Gregory, I agree totally with you on the men that are irrational thing. Some guys only care about sex and it's terrible to think of what a guy is willing to do to get some. I know that not all guys are that way and I'm thankful for that.

And Fruity, I'm so sorry that you had to go through that kind of thing. I would be horrifed and probably would end up not trusting anybody I didn't know for a long time.

Masterbation: God hates it, but I love it.

(it really does keep me from thinking negative thoughts, those who violate women simply don't know how to make themselves satisfied like I do... oh, and you can't forget the fact that most people violate women due to a bad childhood which drove them to seek out dominance (often times those thing occur because men have issues with superiority, and so they violate to give themselves satisfaction, and reassure themselves of their manhood) despite any consequence)

[sighs deeply] Mmm... so yes, when I become President of the world, all those bastards will die.
Gregory

Dec 1 2004, 06:41 PM

Sure sure, when I am in my 40's I should have taken over 30% of the world, so we'll get the people I have power over.

Dates? going out tonight?

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Gregory

Nov 7 2004, 06:11 PM

I think puking can be fun... as long as it is mostly liquid... otherwise stomache acid ahoy!

[rolls eyes] Anyway, new mastercard commercial:

Gas taken to get to a "cool" party: -$0.78

Drinking 10 cups of beer at the party: $0 (leech!)

Waking up next to a 40 year old mexican named Paco: +$10.00 (he paid you $10.00!)

Finding out she's pregnant and has genital herpes from the party: ...wow... [grins] It's funny because she's a dimdill (it means she's a **cking moron).

I feel sorry for a lot of kids these days, underage drinking, overage drinking... drinking... coke crack e weed whatever... rufees asprin drd heroin dumbasses... ok, so pretty much most Americans are retarded ****ers.

Grr... once again I realize how much I truly despise society ~ mm... but it's ok, because you all feel sorry for me too.

It's like a circle it is!

Don't do drugs, because if you do, you'll lose your pure self forever... same with having sex with older men (the mexican thing was insignificant, it could have been austrailian).

I'm a bad admin for you and a good admin for me.

Shut up. Diamond? This is not about you (in a sense that I don't mean to offend), what you said just reminded me as to why I do not go to parties... and why I don't have friends outside the Altamos... and why I am mostly staying indoors as much as possible...

Did I mention I don't like physical confontation with those of the same physique (humans) due to the fact that every time I am introduced to a new person I find that I am even more disgusted by the weaknesses of humanity? (duh)

Mmm... at least here I don't have to observe opinions that arn't scripted. [smiles] More often than now "we" speak before we think... no? And text helps us recall why what we say is so idiotic... "we".

Yet for some reason I do have a select few which this opinion flies by without a second look... I love you family, I love you friends ~

People who use drugs can never be friends, for their minds now seek out one thing beyond all, addictive substance. In this they will hate you if you are to ever attempt stoping them from doing what their mind craves so deeply... then those people will try to bring you into the clan... only the wise stray as the weak fall before the pressure ~ and thus we have another person who could never be a friend... for without conscience, lies become fluent, and doublecrossing is more than a second pass on the same road.

[clears throat] (literally)

[sighs] I'm done... this all has meaning, and with that it almost seems as if I have ruined the dates page.

Good luck with your boyo ~
Gregory

Nov 8 2004, 03:43 PM

Until you have 5 rotten kids, a dead end job, and your wife leaves you for the pool boy with only a child support bill of $2,500 each month to confort you as you cry yourself to sleep surrounded in empty budwisers.

ZAM!
Gregory

Nov 8 2004, 04:09 PM

And because you have such an association with the substances under question, I cannot accept your statement without a label of “Obvious, and un-creditable bias”.

Don't tell me why fire does not burn people when you clearly rely on it to live.
Gregory

Nov 8 2004, 06:24 PM

Syndacate isn't a push-over?

Brilliant!

You can use something other than your hand to wipe your bum?

Brilliant!

Break ups

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Gregory

Oct 31 2004, 09:55 PM

Mmm... I think the only time I have come close to any sort of cheating is when I nearly kissed a girl when I knew full-well that she was dating another person... my friend.

I was single, but even so, when she asked me if I wanted to kiss her, I said "Yes, but I can't." --- Because of integrity, etc...

Anyway, the girl acts like she barely knows me now... [shrugs] Meh...

Basically, this does not have too much relevance... but what Skye said was pretty on the button ~ relationships developed by cheaters have such a little chance of becoming successful, even more so than the average "I-Love-You" liars, or the "I need gas money." jokers...

Love advice~

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Gregory

Oct 21 2004, 08:03 PM

Mmm... I say tell him to become friends until you are able to make it something more IF you ever are interested in making it something more...

That way you don't have to turn down opps in your physical lives when you really want them because of a few text paragraphs a day.

I have not internet-hooked-up since... age 11? Something like that... I realized that 1. people online often will screw you over (in a bad way :) ) 2. people online are not always honest. 3. doing special things to the computer is not as fun as it is to a real person... [grins] I'm a dink... regardless, get real.

Literally.
Gregory

Oct 23 2004, 06:36 PM

[shivers] Hold... her... [looks around] That really sounds weird in my mind... like she's dying or crying when you do.

Good luck with that... luck... :(

Hate & Love?

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Gregory (OP)

Oct 18 2004, 09:58 PM

What do you think of hate and love? Do you think you can hate and love a person at the same time?

I've heard people say such crazy things before... I guess it is a matter of family.

Have you ever loved someone only to hate them later? Better yet, hate someone only to later fall in love with them?

It is all kinda crazy, but these things happen.
Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 08:13 AM

SHAS you're impressing the crap out of me.

You take a subject that is normally complicated to explain, and you lay it out as if it were nothing, while in the process, I still feel I can disagree with you.

If you truly love someone, you can never hate them, because what they are/were is impenetrable. However, a person can fade away from who they once were, so you can end up hating the person of the now, and loving the person you knew, when in reality, they are physically the same person.

I experienced this when I "fell in love" with someone who was pretending to be someone else... they came out with their true selves, telling me about drug addiction, sociopath/suicidal thoughts, blaming their issues on a bipolar mentality --- etc etc --- I stopped loving her for the violations of my morals that she brought on... and I began to hate her because I realized she never really cared about me, but yet the image I had had originally... the façade that she actually loved me in the past did not die, and I loved the person I believed she was originally.

I hope you understand my delusion... but that is what I hold on to...
Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 10:17 AM

Mmm... I apologize (I'm sorry) for not reading your post into a greater depth... I'm not used to posts with such value.

[sighs] I must say your last post is hard for me to decrypt... however, what I did get from it has an interesting message ~

People can be foolish in deciding who to and not to hate.

You must know a person in order to hate them as hate is too powerful to feel without having some rooted past in the person it is directed towards.

[looks down] Honestly I am having a hard time reading what you wrote because the words seem to bend ~ not as a long word I would not know would... no as an unfathomable statement would... I just believe you and I, although we may have similar beliefs, we speak differently... and so I ask, can you be more direct with your points? So I, and others like me may better understand your statements?
Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 03:14 PM

Maybe you just got to know her better?
Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 04:00 PM

And how well do you know her?
Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 04:08 PM

Mmm... I'm foggy on how to respond to this... Care to put it another way Asheera?
Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 11:16 PM

Maybe we shouldn't, but we do because our emotions combined with jerks (really often being ourselves, we just don't know it) create such negativity together that hate naturally blooms...

I feel it is inevitable with certain people... however what we do with that anger is entirely up to us... no disorder can excuse violence in result to hatred.

Mmm... obvious quote: "Nothing is simply black and white... not even black & white."
Gregory

Oct 21 2004, 08:46 AM

I believe the Christian, Catholic, Jewish faith has so much contradiction, rape, and violence that it should not even be considered a faith worth allowing in the world legally, and to follow the Bible itself should be banned.

There is just too much promotion of murder, rape, ignorance, evil etc in it to really look at it as a book of lessons...

Here's something:

Christianity is to Satan as I am to the Bible

However I do not believe the Bible has any power over me due to it's amazingly weak background and logistics. I see the Bible as corrupt and evil, a burden on my life, while Christians believe in the devil to push them closer to "God" during rough times.

God lovers are to Bush voters as Apples are to Fruit

They fit in the same category. :[]

As for all of what you said... I understand the intelligence behind your words, however I felt it was indirect and vague. I personally enjoy getting many messages through in short paragraphs to keep readers interested... I failed to catch many of your concepts due to lack of interest. I'm sorry for not being interested, but I do embrace your wise/intelligent perspective on the atrocities that the Bible brings to this world.

Thanks for posting.

Down To The Bone

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Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 08:17 AM

Have you ever been in a fight with your "loved one"? What about? What was the most recent fight? Has it ever gotten physical?

I personally have been in plenty of debates, but never physically... I feel that if I am angered, it is best that I put my hands on no one, and touch nothing (no punching walls for me!) --- however I am one to rise conflict when anyone disagrees with me... which is why my current girlfriend is rather... near-perfect for me.

She has flaws, but one of her great strengths in our relationship, one of my great strengths as well, is that we believe in one another, that my opinion coincides with hers often, that we are so alike sometimes the difference becomes insignificant.

She does disagree sometimes however, and when that happens we talk about it...

I have been in relationships before where arguing was a way of life... they are emotional, and inspire poetry, but in the end, they end.

What is your love life like in arguments? Do you survive?
Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 05:23 PM

I believe in that mindset... I believe you have every right to be paranoid when he is so secretive... I think you should open it up, and if he can't handle it, maybe he's not for you.

Being in a dating relationship is commonly for two people or one skitzo, he should recognize that you need to know him just as much as he knows you.
Gregory

Oct 20 2004, 11:27 PM


That's pretty bad... mmm... I don't dig guys ~ I don't spend any of my time with them unless they are related to me, or dating girls I know ~ so I pretty much stay away from the backstabbing friend deal.

I really do like girls as friends, boy suck ~ is it just me?