Sunday, December 30, 2012

Character vs Knowledge

All persons have unique characteristics, and they differ according to color, shape, behavior, habits, social perspectives, moral standards, preferences, sound, smell, gender, etc. Stereotyping a character is taboo in the universality of mankind. Stereotyping a character is only done by losers who want to make their own common characteristic superior compared to the diversity of the rest. Unlike character, knowledge can be sold, can be bought, can be given away, can be withheld. And there such a thing called forgetfulness that may just make knowledge evaporate into oblivion. By the way, a pretentious character is just a product of acquired knowledge about a desired characteristics that can be forgotten anytime anywhere.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

People are generally good

A person is generally good all the time. A person becomes criminal only a few minutes. It's just difficult to predetermine the who, where, when, how, and why of a crime. So it is important that there is tighter gun-carry law that is reinforced with a non-nonsense checkpoints system. (reaction to the Dec 2012 Connecticut shooting of 26 students and educators)