Why is it that we’re always trying to blame others? My theory:
When we blame others, we get a little dose of pleasure of making ourselves feel more superior.
I say this is base and unbecoming of ourselves.
For others, just remain silent. You are entitled to think what you think, but verbally — remain silent.
No need to blame or even worse — “explain” the behavior of others. Better to just observe and learn the cause and effect of the “degenerate” actions of others and its effect, rather than the moralizing which goes behind it.
Your Own Personal Code of Ethics
- Ignorance Takes Courage
- TREAT OTHERS CARTE BLANCHE
- Don’t give people what they want or what you *think* they want, give them what you think they *should* have.
- Anti Small
- Disdain or Admiration?
- Beware Those With Good Intentions
- STUBBORN x FLEXIBLE
- ETHICS ARE VIA NEGATIVA
- OBEDIENCE & DISCIPLINE
- The Motive of Criticism
- Ethics are Social
- Anti Role Models
- What is Greed?
- On Having the Courage to Make Your Own Decisions
- How *NOT* to Get Duped or Suckered
- Why Help Others?
- The Duty of the Strong
- Why I’m So Intolerant Towards Intolerance
- The Ethics of Criticizing Others
- Consult Your Own Conscience
- The Ethics of Shit Talking
- The Ethics of Personal Enrichment
- I’m Easily Distracted
- On Forming Your Own Opinion
- ERIC KIM Philosophy of Tolerance
- Aesthetics are Ethics
- Morality and Ethics