BTW read this conversation my friend and I had
Tristan Stewart: When we argue on emotionally charged impulse to be right or to defend ourselves we are feeding ego with a failed defense mechanism that serves no positive purpose. Reminders are vain without practice.
Dustin Deaver: It's the egocentrical nature of mankind to want to defend one's point of view, but when one's point of view becomes egocentric in nature, then the one who expresses it becomes an egotist controlled by their shallow perspective on life. An argument is fueled by the unequivical urge to be right, so that the persons involved can protect their image, all the while defiling that very image they are trying to uphold...
Tristan Stewart: If we assemble our own images using experience, influence, and beliefs of what we should/shouldn't do or be, why protect an image that doesn't define our true nature? I tend to believe that levels of enlightenment or consciousness can provide exception to certain aspects of ps