Every aspect of our society and our everyday life lacks justice!

Question Analysis for July 31

  1. The worst of mortal sins:

I would give spite the unflattering first place though envy is right behind. Those two aim at hurting other people, while the rest are more likely to possibly harm the individual itself. We may choose to live a sinful life ourselves, but we have not the right to harm other people for pleasure.

  1. What would you choose?

Invisibility and ability to influence minds sound really attractive, but I would choose the magic skills and have all of the other options at request. Oops… is that greed I smell? Still, it won’t change my mind. And I know exactly what would be the first thing I would do with my powers!

  1. Do you have many enemies?

I think each of us has them. The only difference is some are visible, some are not.

  1. Which statement fits your understanding of friendship?

You cannot survive without friends. Of course, I’m not talking about bare survival – that one we can get on our own. I’m talking about emotional survival, a life full of joy compared to life full of solitude.

  1. What is your negative quality?

I wish it was indifference. However, I have a little bit of few.

  1. What have you struggled with in your life lately?

In the world of today, we are all struggling for money and survival in that sense, constantly. The other struggles are personal and perhaps temporary.

  1. Which of these words is most important to you?

Justice, justice, justice. Every aspect of our society and our everyday life lacks justice!

  1. Do you accept yourself despite the shortcomings?

Probably yes, though we are constantly changing, even when we don’t notice it.

  1. Do you believe in love at first sight?

Yes, I do, actually. I know a few couples that are still together for many years yet, and all have started with the very first sight!

  1. What is the best in you?

That’s not for me to say. It would be immodest and biased. Other people should know and say better.

  1. Do you agree that women are now perceived as equal to men?

Not really. Maybe the situation is better than before in some countries and in some areas of life, but not in general. There are still too many people that think women are here to give birth, take care of children, cook, clean, serve their husbands, and not do anything without his permission, while keeping their mouth shut and their head down.  I have seen so many examples of this in my nearest environment, which made me feel appalled, sad and furious in the same time. And the worst thing is some of those thoughts were expressed by women!

  1. You most often...

…improvise. Already have lots of past situations like this on my mind. Not everything goes as planned always, so improvising often means surviving.

  1. How do you perceive the world?

Such interesting and thought-provoking options! Comparing world to any of those things would be a story for itself, and pretty much every answer could be true. However, I would choose “ant in water” – we are still succeeding to keep us above the surface just as ants can float on the surface of water, but it is just a matter of time when are we going to be washed away.

  1. What is more important to you?

Not to lose myself. Anything else you have would be worthless if you lose yourself and your soul on the way.

  1. What do you feel when looking at paintings?

Honestly, I am not particularly interested in this kind of art, nor am I some expert for paintings, but some paintings can intrigue me.

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Dec 31, 1969
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