TSBU wrote: No offense, but people are here to show that they know more, not to show anyone their truth, only to show (basically to themselves) that they are the smartest (or at least the rest are stupid), to show that they know more. They don't reall talk to each othe more than in the surface, they are here to play chess.
That's one way to look at it. Another way is to stop thinking so badly of others and give them the benefit of the doubt. Has it ever occurred to you that just maybe, they are smarter than us? And if that is the case, then wouldn't it stand to reason they would be terrible bored with this existence without a game of' chess' to play?
I'm not saying that they are smarter...I am only asking you to suppose they are....and then to imagine what it would be like to have no one to talk to to engage your mind. If that is the case, then your bitterness for them is this 'evil' you speak of manifesting itself in you. Maybe instead, you could have empathy for them instead of jealousy? Maybe you could have understanding instead of feeling harmed? Maybe...just maybe...their goal here is not to one up you...but rather to communicate the reasoning that goes on in their head. Maybe it is an attempt to know if someone...anyone...out there has gone farther in their thinking process than they have? Or at least have had a thought that they didn't think about?
Could it be that when they argue with you, it is only to see if you might have a thought that hadn't occurred to them before? Not as a way to fight...but rather, as a way to learn?
Also, regarding your post where you said you want to destroy 'evil' ....what if you destroy "evil" and then find out (through science) that the person was not 'evil' but instead had a medical condition, that made him/her violent. What if in the future there is a cure for this condition? In that case, would you too need to seek medical attention for your disease of wanting to 'destroy' a fellow human with the same disease?
Just asking you to suppose. There is no more evidence of evil as there is for a disease of the brain that causes us to act out in an perceived 'evil' manner. Simply put...we just don't know what we don't know.