Maybe we should conduct a research about the correlation between depression and religiousness. Or did some people confound depression with simply being depressed and ungrateful?
A research about strength of faith and affective/neurotic disorder would be interesting, I suppose.
"May the force be ever in your favor, Harry."
Gandalf (The Chronicles of Narnia)
Lol this reminds me of this.
Spoiler alert: he has multiple personality disorder :))
(Source: elderwand, via yeahwriters)
To me, being neutral is not about not choosing anything from the available options. Well, not choosing, if it’s done wisely, can actually be a good choice, but if it’s done without even knowing what’s going on — or trying to educate yourself to know what’s up — you’re actually being apathetic, not neutral.
To me, being neutral is knowing that there are infinite shades of grey between black and white; nothing is utterly wrong or right. Being neutral is knowing the fact that the darker shades of grey are absorbing more waves than that of the lighter shades without saying that the darker shades “are better because they absorb more light than the lighter shades” because, guess what? The lighter reflects more waves than the darker!
And who says that more is always better?
Neutral people knows that the “better options” depend on the condition —and maybe there will occasionally, if not rarely, exist a condition in which no option is better than the other. One option might be on the darker area and the other on the lighter area, but they never completely reflect or absorb lights.
But is it always good to be neutral? Again, it depends on the condition. If you’re talking about people — a group of people or a person individually — it might be okay, but if you’re talking about morality, well, neutrality doesn’t always equal justice. Sometimes, to be just is not to be neutral, and at another time, being neutral is just.
I hate the feeling of having discovered or learned something new out of nowhere, but having to wait 2 weeks for your Te to catch up and word it.
And sometimes more than 2 weeks …