So, you agree that "good" and "bad" exist, right? Those are concepts
that are highly fluid and apply both the secular and spiritual mindsets.
If you agree that "good" and "bad" exist, at what point did you define
what qualifies as being either? A feeling? What other people taught
you? A sense of right vs. wrong? What influenced you to accept how you
would define either concept? Was it part of your training in the
Catholic schools that you did accept?
How can "good" and "bad" be separated as even being a secular or
spiritual mindset, or are secular and spiritual concepts directly related?
Are you some kind of AI? Because you need reprogramming. You're not acting normal enough to fool us into thinking you're human. You're taking all the words too literally. Report to yur programmer and get back to us within 9462378243 seconds.
Yorkshire man takes his cat to the vet.
Yorkshireman: "Ayup, lad, I need to talk to thee about me cat."
Given that eyes don't convey much in the way of sincerity or the lack
thereof, I don't know that blind people are less effective at judging
sincerity or veracity than someone who is sighted, or at least not
because they can't see a persons eyes.
A much more sensitive means is using the voice to judge these things. If
you ever think that someone is lying to you, get them to repeat what
they were telling you on the phone. Without all the other cues that are
fooling you, it's usually pretty easy to detect a falsehood.
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