astrochimp wrote:Pegazus, you did get an answer: the answer is avoidance of any and all dark stuff. Don't get caught up in righteous anger and crazy helplessness. Instead, do the right thing where you happen to be and whatever the right thing happens to be. If you see something like dog abuse happening in your area, it's your job to find a way to stop it. In this case, where the misdeed is right under your nose, avoidance is a bad strategy.
At the end of the day, someone, everyone, has to stop these deeds. We are all we have. You take care of it so that we are benefited and I will do the same over here.
Why do you tend to turn my words around and put them the way that suits you?
Did I ever say "do nothing" and avoid helping if you can? No, I didn't! But this is what you imply, why? What makes you think that I wouldn't say a word and look away if I see something wrong around me? Do you think I would be here if I wouldn't bother about anything wrong happening around me?
You don't have to share my opinion, but you don't have the right to accuse me even in a very subtle way.
Taking care of dogs and cats and ignore kids and women, who are getting abused every minute all over the world, is a bad strategy