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Just as the title says.
Hope you guys learn something about each other or something you are wondering?
Or find and get excellent advice or answer(s) to what is asked and answered.

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What does it mean to be strong?
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To be strong means to be able to have a good ideal and to strive for it, without giving up regardless on difficulties.
For example, VividDreamZ is very, very strong.

Is it possible to be laid-back and caring, at the sane time?
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Yes, both concepts are independent.

There is a chance to find a common life purpose for everyone?
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We already have


Can we keep up this seriousness?
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Yes, we can. I am proving it in this post.

Who is more loyal to their friends, yanderes, or derederes ?
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Both are very kind
I'd say derederes are the most well fit for kindness
Both are equal in loyalty
It all comes down to who's who.
And comparing each to each other.
There's no definitive answer that works, but the safe money bet goes to them having equal amounts of loyal.

Do you believe or think there are life forms like us in space?
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I'm pretty sure there are other life forms, but most probably not like us. I'm fact some explanations to the Fermi paradox are based on the notion that extraterrestrial life can be so different that our own capabilities to connect are not compatible.

Are nations a concept that should disappear?
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It’s people of a nation that live it’s culture and remember its history. Only in the present moment of life lived it can change. I personally like a lot culture and history and people who live a culture love it and I support it more. I’m referring to the online definition of a nation. If you mean borders that are educated to people in school of different places far away then I also support that with respect it makes large groups containing smaller groups. Many of them live under a system that exchanges a form of currency that is numbers. Those numbers allow for trade of all sorts of things compared to if trade was only done for stuff for other stuff. Then for example if I grew chives for a living and wanted meat or to go see a doctor maybe the doctor or the farmer wouldn’t want my chives and say “no service”. Compared to me selling chives for numbers to people that want them then I can trade those numbers for meat or doctor visits. (I wanted to add if trade was only for stuff to stuff and my upbringing and only understanding was growing chives and I wanted beef. Maybe the beef farmer only wants potatoes with his meat and doesn’t like the taste of chives. Then he and the potato farmer would only be trading with each other. The population we have today would not be as healthy and people would not live as long in a system like that.)

Have you ever seen another culture that completely changed your paradigm on what exists?

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Yes, occultists. To learn there were people who scoffed at the notion of god and the authority the church usurps inspired the spirit of revolution in me. Also the BDSM community. Again it's people doing what they love despite society's opinion of their behavior. Also sploshing

What made Code Geass so great in your opinion?
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My philosophy to look for something great in anything makes anything great in the viewpoint of my opinion. The thing mentioned by you is not an exception.
Even if I do not know it, I just say to myself "this might be great", and I start thinking that it is great!

Do you think that politics will be less discussed on Crunchyroll in future, regarding the removal of the section where they were discussed the most of all sections?
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I think so, and more importantly, I hope so. Some of the slurry has already spilled to the Chit Chat forum however, and I'd like for us to keep this thread to universal topics only so that we don't attract their attention as well.

So many interesting questions... I can see this becoming my favorite forum game

If you had to hurt two people (maybe including yourself) in order to correct a mistake from the past that seriously hurt someone else, would there be a correct course of action?
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Metal_Bomber wrote:

I think so, and more importantly, I hope so. Some of the slurry has already spilled to the Chit Chat forum however, and I'd like for us to keep this thread to universal topics only so that we don't attract their attention as well.

So many interesting questions... I can see this becoming my favorite forum game

If you had to hurt two people (maybe including yourself) in order to correct a mistake from the past that seriously hurt someone else, would there be a correct course of action?


Glad you like it! :)

You know it depends on the situation.
It could be having no pride.
Or just owning up to something you truly messed up on.
I think correcting a mistake is important.
But one will not always get forgiveness for their actions
It also depends on how much you value the person.
But I think by making amends you don't hold any negative energy.
So I say just don't hold a grudge.
Youll feel better.

Now, that makes me think:
Is pride really worth losing a friend/family member?
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This was for Metal Bomber question, sorry!

Ok, this is kind of complex. For starters their is always at least one or more correct courses. Thing is, correct is a subjective term, based on our perception of reality given an imperfect and incomplete amount of information, valued against our own principles and moral compass. Therefore the solution may vary extremely from one individual to another.

Given that, let's say we can at least agree on a base condition: hurting is undesirable (bad) therefore you want to minimize it. Then we find a bit of a problem, because if a mending a problem that already caused harm, at the expense of causing more harm without necessarily healing previous harm implies the need of a motivation. That means, the unfair situation is causing harm to the person with the power to correct it. (at this point, even a heavy conscience can be included here) so the question would be: does the harm that correcting this problem make will be worst that what I'm being harmed by not correcting it? If you want to make things even more difficult, Does this harm compensates for the risk of possible, future harm?
The answers of these questions are fully open and even a correct answer can bring a worst scenario, but yes, there can be a correct course of action, the one you decide in a deliberate, conscious and reflexive way, which hmgives you the conviction that it is the best thing to do. Results, however, are not guaranteed.

Regarding the question about pride: no.
Pride is not self love, is just another form of egotism. Most likely the most noble act when two people are at harm because of pride, is carried by who abandons it. On the other side, if someone else's pride puts you apart no matter what, there is little to do but leave the door open and carry on with your life.

Would you agree that as society, digital behaviour and risks should be pressed into school curriculums?
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I think if the digital world is a big part of society then it should also be educated in public school systems. As for what that education contains it is up to whom who decides what that school curriculum contains to also decide the course of new education in their public schools.

What does being social with other individuals mean to you?
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To be interested in them, to reply to things they say to you and to befriend them easily.

Which skill do you value higher - to be able to build or find what you need to survive, or to survive without things that are necessary for this, usually?
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