Why some hate more than others (A)

Written by Terry Dashner

Why do some hate more than others?

Terry Dashner FFC-PO Box 1586 Broken Arrow, OK 74013

In my youth I watched Star Trek on black and white TV when I could watch nothing else. I remember very few episodes from those days except one. I don’t rememberrepparttar episode title, but I do remember its content andrepparttar 132195 significance of its two hues—black and white.

Bottom line—the episode content highlightedrepparttar 132196 stupidity of prejudice. Throughoutrepparttar 132197 show two life forms appearing to be human, fought desperately to destroy each other although they looked just alike. Both life forms had faces colored one half white andrepparttar 132198 other black. The episode’s crescendo built throughout, untilrepparttar 132199 concluding scene. Inrepparttar 132200 end whenrepparttar 132201 human-life forms were confronted about their hate for each other, they were aghast that no one could see their differences—one hadrepparttar 132202 right side of his face black whilerepparttar 132203 left side was white. The other--you guessed it--his was justrepparttar 132204 opposite—left side black andrepparttar 132205 right white. (Duh!)

While thinking about this episoderepparttar 132206 other day, it brought a question to my mind, a question I wish to address in this paper. Why do some people, kindred, tribes, cultures, ethnic groups, or even religions hate more than others do? Why do Arabs and Jews hate each other badly enough to kill and continue killing predictably? Why do Sunnis haterepparttar 132207 Shia although both groups are Muslim? Why doesrepparttar 132208 Pakistani haterepparttar 132209 Kurd? Why do some Christians refuse open Communion services with others? Why do…Why do…we hate one another?

Can you answer this question for me? Is it because humanity is sinful? Yes and no. Not simply because humanity is a fallen race does it hate less or more, nor tolerate more or less. The Bible says that "all have sinned…" but still my experience teaches me that some sinners hate other sinners more than others. Why is this anomaly connected to this particular paradox?

Creating An Effective Personals Ad That Gets Results: Do's and Don'ts

Written by Anna Winters

Creating a great ad means selling your strengths and attributes. Think of this as creating your personal resume. Many ofrepparttar online systems provide a multiple choice matching along with an essay. After someone finds you with a "match", it is your essay portion that can make you shine. It is crucial to fill outrepparttar 132194 essay completely, with at least 2 or three sentences per question asked. You can come back torepparttar 132195 essay later on many systems. You will spend 45 minutes to an hour filling this out. People who do not fill outrepparttar 132196 essay are not taking seriously and get passed on for other profiles that are more forthcoming. Be honest in your ad.

What to write about? Describe yourself honestly and accurately. Include hard data such as your height, weight, body type, educational background and profession. Show your personality. Talk about your hobbies, interests, activities you enjoy, movies, books, or music you enjoy, where you like to travel, and minimally about your work (do not give your place of employment....keep it general such as: I am a nurse at a local clinic, an accountant with a medium size company, etc). Don't share too much information or write a book.....just write enough to get them interested. You have to leave something to talk about later.

Share your feelings and experiences, not just facts about your life. You don't want your profile to be a touchy-feely pile of mush (can you hear your potential dates heading forrepparttar 132197 door?), but you do want to communicate things people can relate to: where you're from, where you are, where you're going in life, what makes you laugh, things you really enjoy about life. DON'T fixate on only one aspect of your life: You may love your dog, have a great career, live to ski, and those are great things to talk about in your profile. But if you talk about that and only that, you're going to come off as one-dimensional and obsessed. Show your fully rounded self. Put your personality and humor into what you write. Tell what you are like, and don't try to make false impressions. False impressions will back fire inrepparttar 132198 online dating arena as much as they will inrepparttar 132199 rest of your life. Relax, and let your true self show through. There are people who will like who you are.

Don't dwell on your problems and limitations: This is notrepparttar 132200 place to talk about why you got divorced, your last relationship didn't work out, or problems at work. You can talk about this later after you get to know someone. If you have children, mention them BRIEFLY with their ages and sex. Do not spend time talking about your children or reveal their names. People are wanting to look at a profile that focuses on YOU, not your immediate family. You can talk about your childcare arrangements and coaching little league soccer, etc later. People looking at your profile want to know you have time for them. Focusing on your children and their activities can giverepparttar 132201 impression that you will have limited time.

What you are looking for: Think about who you are and what you are looking for. To make friends? Fall in love? Meet someone to hang out with? Do you want something short term or long term? Do you just want to chat with? (Ex. I am looking for a cultured man between 32-45 who is a Christian, attends church, college educated, and is into opera and gallery hopping). (Ex. Looking for a down to earth gal between 22-30 that likesrepparttar 132202 country, camping, country music, country dancing and NASCAR). Don't say that you are looking forrepparttar 132203 love of your life and want to get married....this will scare a lot of people away. Its good idea to staterepparttar 132204 general type of person you are hoping to meet, but don't overdo it. If you set down too many requirements you will miss out onrepparttar 132205 opportunity to meet some great people, and quite possiblyrepparttar 132206 one that is just right for you.

Words to Use and Avoid:

Good Words: Affectionate, Likes to cuddle, interested in a committed relationship, sensitive, great cook, romantic, caring, monogamous, down to earth, looking for best friend, educated, sophisticated, loving, generous, cute, reliable, my colleagues describe me as handsome, great legs, petite, curvaceous, hourglass figure, gentleman.

Words to Avoid: Some ofrepparttar 132207 bad stuff I have seen in ads. (On some systems, you will get terminated using some of this language whether in your profile or in an email). These guys have read too many Penthouse magazines and need to look inrepparttar 132208 alternative personals. Here is what NOT to put in a personal on a regular/metro site: Well hung, great in bed, I'd love to satisfy you, sexually insatiable, animal, great lover, oral, fuck, blow, make love, erotic, uninhibited and any other sexual words. This stuff is SCARY to most women and runs them off.You can tweak and improve your profile as you go along.

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