Can you accept every person is completely good or bad?

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    ezba29posted 2 years ago

    Can you accept every person is completely good or bad?

    Can every one be perfect ? Whether a person can be completely good person in life time?

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    threekeysposted 2 years ago

    We are colourfully human and imperfect. But in saying that our imperfectness may just be perfect for someone elses imperfectness. We have to be mindful of not falling into the trap of slipping into rigid ways of looking at a situation or person. I have found new people can bring out or strengthen personal traits which may have lay hidden or dormant if it hadn't been for that other person walking into their life. It's like you can "never say never" just really don't know....going off on a tangent here but saying the same thing.(I hope) In our country insects are not eaten for a meal (spiders or cockroaches) but landing in a jungle with no food to eat and you are starving. I bet I would be salivating at the mouth when I saw those meaty looking spiders and fat fleshy wood cockroaches. Thinking-"hmmmm here comes one good dins-dins for me". What about you?

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      ezba29posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I go with your answer that we will be perfect for someone and imperfect for others. Sometimes we feel bad because of others so we should think noone is perfect so let it be happy for what we did. "Everything happened till now is good"

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      threekeysposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      No, not blame anyone...especially when they are hurt by others...because  there are people who are not good for you..that coupled with "wrong place wrong time" for you? No good. Just saying there's no real perfection with humans INMHO.

  3. tamarawilhite profile image91
    tamarawilhiteposted 2 years ago

    No one is perfect, but it is acceptable to say someone has committed deeds so heinous that there cannot be forgiveness in this life for it.

  4. Matthew Woolsey profile image67
    Matthew Woolseyposted 2 years ago

    I like this question! We live in a world of opposites. Left, right, up, down, heaven, hell, good, bad. So no even the most righteous person has at the very least had a bad thought sometime in their life.
    From a biblical perception even Jesus was enraged at the money changers in the temple causing hit to act out his rage.
    Hope this was a good answer for you.


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