it's inevidable that we have crime. nothing will ever change that . you can avoid crime by hiding in your house all the time but even that won't guarantee your safety. there are no defined reasons for crime but rather it's part of human nature. though some things may add to the probability of crime, nothing will stop it.
It is actually quite simple if you believe in the nature's/God's/karmic Law of cause and effect, where you reap only what you saw. Meaning, if you don't do/say/think bad/violent/criminal things you will not reap them or be victim of such.
It has worked for many of us and I'm sure it will work for you.
Try self-mastering yourself by choosing not to steal (from work, government, other people's time, from hotel bathrooms...), not to lie, not to abuse others (either physically or verbally or mentally), not to do any of the things you very well know they are bad and hurtful. As a result you'll see how magically you will no longer be drawn to situations where you get hurt or treated badly.
It is much easier than you think, the hard part is to decide to do it.
by maddot 5 years ago
Does violence really solve violence?The NRA want school staff to be armed. Will throwing more guns at the probem solve it or make it worse?
by Castlepaloma 7 years ago
Most predominate religious countries are more war like, yet Religions claim they have the higher moral grounds. USA has 5% of the world population in which is 85% Religious and they have 50% of the world’s military budget. Nuclear war is the greatest threat to mankind and the USA has enough to...
by Shinkicker 7 years ago
Looking forward to seeing the new Zeitgeist Movie. Thought provoking even if you don't agree with their viewshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6QxZZ954YU
by Motherbynature 3 years ago
A white man walked into a church and shot down 9 people, including a pastor. Rightfully it is being considered a hate crime. The coward is still at large. Are you shocked that this happened in 2015?
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