What is one lesson you wished everyone would learn?

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Rooster Cogburn Profile
Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

To just get along with each other without any bullying or badgering others.

Jann Nikka Profile
Jann Nikka answered

No one asked to be born.

Don Barzini Profile
Don Barzini answered

Life isn't fair, unending or a dry run. Tomorrow isn't guaranteed, live right now. 

Barb Cala Profile
Barb Cala answered

Not to compare yourself to others .. Just be the best person YOU can be.

Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

To weigh claims of anything outside of the natural carefully. We should all learn that Claims of anything Supernatural or Extraordinary needs supporting evidence to be referenced under "Truth" . . .

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

The following:

Truth is conformity of the mind to that which exists, and it exists totally independently of our ability to comprehend it, understand it, or prove it.

Too many people define Truth based on the limitations of their individual human minds.

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Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
"Just another example of how you so underestimate me and so overvalue yourself." - I really have no idea what you know or don't know . . what TV shows you might engaged in or not . . . It's not necessarily "all about you" since I know a great deal of People read my posts, and conversations.

"Just another example of how you so underestimate me and so overvalue yourself." . . I find I actually "Over-estimate" you, giving you the benefit of the doubt . . . I am constantly shorted on that account.

You let me know when senility has released it's grasp so we can carry on an actual conversation.
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
@Dark Majinn

I count on the fact that a number of people read these conversations.

Letting you expose yourself for what you are---an angry ex-Catholic---is a wonderfully effective form of apologetics.

I notice that you did not dispute my suggestion that you "overvalue yourself."
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
Still waiting on the initial discussion . . . which you are unable to apparently discuss.
I "Value myself" which in the Christian world is a "No No." Of course you would consider any "Value" to oneself to be bad, and even considered an "Over indulgence" regarding pride . . .

"I count on the fact that a number of people read these conversations." - You poor deluded man . . .

No lets get back on track . . . or are you truly incapable . . your next answer will surely tell me which it is.

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