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Started by WindWalker, September 04, 2018, 03:29:32 PM
Quote from: WindWalkerI was also curious on Seths views of a fetus in general. It makes sense that a "consciousness" simply wants to experience the flesh for a brief moment.
Quote from: WindWalkerThanks for digging up all that info Deb.
Quote from: jbsethFinally, I also very much want to make it very clear that I'm not passing any sort of judgment on anyone who may have had an abortion. That's a very hard choice for any woman to make and I'm sure it's an emotionally painful experience as well.
Quote from: WindWalkerWow. Thanks for the search engine Deb. Very useful and ive never seen it before. Did u create that or.......?
Quote from: raz on April 21, 2022, 09:30:36 PMI am ressurecting this older thread here as not to start a new one just for one comment , but i am reading the parts from the nature of personality book about violations. And it is a bit confusing to understand at first. Especially this one as mentioned above, "Killing while protecting your own body from death at the hands of another through immediate contact is a violation. Whether or not any justification seems apparent, the violation exists."—NoPR Chapter 8: Session 634, January 22, 1973 It seems hard to grasp that one as you would think that if someone , say a serial killer or robber or someone is trying to kill you , and you have to kill him to save your life or your family's life is a violation. You would think that one would have the right to protect oneself in this situation. And he does go on to say that there may be other actions taken to save your life, but this may not always be the case. If someone is standing pointing a gun at you and you are pointing a gun at them , you may have no choice but to shoot to save your life, which may kill them, what else are you gonna do? Let him shoot and kill you?
Quote from: raz on April 21, 2022, 09:59:57 PMYes , in a way , though i was just thinking about a similiar thing this morning before i read this part of the book. Like if i am sitting in my car somewhere at work or something just going through my day and not bothering anyone or anything and someone comes along and walks up and decides to carjack and kills someone , then that would be saying that i created his choice to carjack me. For him to come from wherever he was and do this. Like another example . A long time ago i think it was in Chicago but its hard to remember from reading it in the news , but someone took some , i think it was Tylenol bottles or some pain reliever , and poisoned them and put them back in a store , and some random people bought them and died from the poison. So that would be like saying that the random people who bought those bottles would have somehow actually created that themselves. Or say in the case of a young child (which we see on the news it seems quite a bit or sometimes at least ) , is sleeping in their bed and some gangbangers or someone shooting around outside at other people and somehow one of those bullets found its way through the wall of a house and hit and killed the kid. So that would be like saying that somehow that sleeping kid created that situation and directed that bullet to hit them?
Quote"Killing while protecting your own body from death at the hands of another through immediate contact is a violation. Whether or not any justification seems apparent, the violation exists."—NoPR Chapter 8: Session 634, January 22, 1973
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