virtue and moral fiber

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all the cruelty springs from weakness

Do u stumble across it over and over on a daily basis when virtue as a term is used to cover up somebody's weakness or selfish aims? I do. Quite a few people orepate the notions they have never studied profondly. Once you are called contemptuous when you grow on knowledge and cut down eating junk food, this term sticks to you because another person managed you like this to entrust you the same. But virtue words are very provocative themselves, manipulative, controlly and bossy in unsuitable context. When I notice countlessly how couples defend the cruelty idea naming their affair 'love', I am perplexed. Not all the things should be vindicated by only means of using virtue word like 'love' or similar. It is revolving into my mind that the society is desperate about proper upbringing. It musn't preclude reading fundamental phylosophical researches. What do you think if a school enables getting to know Seneca or Platon, what might change? I think the perception. Obviously not all families are the greatest exemples of clear and accute sensitivity what is cynical, what is coarse, degrading treatment, what is hostile, what is leniency and what is surrender. And where is the line to cross? And what if lush garden of virtue words are used inappropriately and what if quite the opposite? The aswer is to make us parse, contemplate, analyze, compare, conclude and keep silence and again parse. 

Thank you.


Submitted: October 13, 2021

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olive tree

“The highest virtue is not virtue. Therefore really is virtue. But inferior virtue cannot let go of being virtuous, and therefore is not virtue.”
- Lao Tzu

“Your good, careful people of the villages are the thieves of virtue.”
- Confucius

Fri, October 15th, 2021 11:04am

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