Whenever I discuss the problem of Evil, or relativism I use examples of evil, and workers of evil like torturing babies for fun, and Hitler, I use such extremes because in a day and age that mass murders like Che Guevara are worshiped, and when people talk about killing unborn babies in a way that allows them to harvest organs, while eating lunch, it is becoming more and more difficult to find examples of evil that both me, and the audience will recognize as evil.
On a few occasions I have had people accuse me of calling them like Hitler, or saying that they torture babies for fun, which is not my intent, and I suspect is just a way to get me off track when they have no other response. Nevertheless, I would like any suggestions you have on phrasing when you need to give an example on evil that might help me avoid this discussion stopper.
I need to work on this list in my personal life.
“Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character” – Albert Einstein
Being emotionally wealthy is an essential part of your success as it determines your attitude and thoughts towards life. People who are emotionally strong have a bigger potential to become successful than those who are emotionally weak.
How is that possible? Emotionally wealthy people possess qualities that other people don’t. When you are emotionally wealthy you have the power to handle your thoughts in the best way possible and other people have a tendency to be naturally drawn to you.
But are you emotionally wealthy? Check out these signs to find out.
If not, then start emulating these behaviors. Let’s see what distinguishes emotionally wealthy people from the rest:
via 7 Behaviors Of Emotionally Wealthy People That You Should Emulate.
“Freedom is destroyed not only by its retraction; it is also devastated by its abuse.” —Ravi Zacharias
via Abusing Freedom – Stand to Reason Blog.