3 Answers

  1. It is possible to divide a person's motives into selfish (only for themselves) and altruistic (for everyone). If a person evaluates the situation for a short period of time, then he sees the strengths of selfish behavior and the weaknesses of altruism. Over a long period of time, on the contrary, the weaknesses of selfishness and the strength of altruism become apparent. For example, a person has a handful of seeds. If he doesn't have much time to get full, a strong solution is to eat these seeds right away. If he has a lot of time, a strong solution is to plant some seeds, wait for the harvest and then eat. It is more difficult to benefit from a long distance, while also skillfully interacting with the world around you and with other people, than to get immediate benefits without thinking about the consequences. Therefore, stupid people are more likely to engage in selfish and violent behavior. And smart people try to learn how to interact with the world around them and with other people in a way that benefits everyone for as long as possible.

  2. Scum mostly take weakness for weakness.
    The fact that a weak person can still be kind… well, maybe, but that doesn't stop him from being weak.

    On the other hand, no one treats the kindness of a strong person as weakness. I'll warrant it.”

  3. Because it is incomprehensible to them, it is wild for them, and it means to bend in front of someone weak, in need of help, who does not deserve it because of their weakness. And that means your weakness, too.

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