The debate "We are all full of pride" was started by
September 14, 2016, 5:42 pm.
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TheDebator9000 posted 1 argument, SalonY posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
TheDebator9000, blakelovesjesus, razzy00, jack_tim_45, SalonY, Frank and 13 visitors agree.
Nemiroff, puleng, neveralone, Ematio and 4 visitors disagree.
well its a Human quality...some people have more & some have less....Too much z bad and too little z sad...The person full of pride is beast...& the person with no pride is even has no self respect...Bt I disagree with ur point that we are all full of pride...no way
That is something I can't answer, nor can anyone who isn't suicidal. That is one of the most given explanations, but whether it is the true feeling I can't say. I would question why so many people would lie the same way though.
Is it truly honest though?
There is a difference between asking if people love them and feeling like no one does. I can understand your perspective of the first, but the second is not egocentric. One of the most common sentiments for the suicidal is that no one would notice or no one would care if they died. It is hard to get more humble than an honest belief that you are insignificant.
It's egocentric in a way. It isn't exactly pride, but the opposite on a circular scale. The "woe is me" mentality is just as bad as pride is. People who are humble dont ask if people love them.
You think it is prideful to ask why no one loves you?
I believe that many people commit suicide because they didnt turn up to be the person they wanted to be. They thought they were the best. They thought they were special. Many of their thoughts are very selfish, such as "Why does everyone hate/not love ME?".
and some people are just full of themselves.
some are some arent. I doubt the many people contemplating suicide or taking antidepressants would consider themselves "full of pride"