Once upon a timethere was a boy who died.Once upon a time by krow-san
His life’s work was the helping and inspiring of other people, and his only want in life was that the world would admire and respect him for all his actions. However, this was not to be, as the more he was open and kind, the more the world turned its back to him. He fought desperately to be a shining beacon in the world, but as time went on all he saw was hatred and disgrace from his peers, and eventually the boy became cold and distance from the world. People who once had turned their backs on him for being open turned even more on him for being reserved, enjoying antagonizing and torturing him, enjoying watching the beacon of light being engulfed in darkness. Eventually the boy grew up died, his dream to love the world and be loved in return shattered.
“This is the way that the world works. It is foolish to believe otherwise, and anyone who does believe in happy endings deserves to fade away in darkness…” said the man... who was supp
You know what I hate?Elitists/extremists.You know what I hate? by Lolice-Scarlet
That includes religious extremists, atheist extremists, radical beliefs, etc.
Why can't people just let people believe in what they want and let them be? I mean, yes, the Christians have committed many atrocities. But so what? They're not the only ones. Many others have done the same, and much worse. People like the Nazis, the Roman Empire, the British army, the Russians, the Americans, really, every single nation has. It's not the individuals. It's the leaders who use honeyed words to make everyone believe that they're doing the right thing. The pope who started the Crusades, many Caesars of Rome, Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union, and many, many, many more. Crimes against humanity aren't specific to them. Every nation has had its dark moments. So has every religion, atheism, armies, kingdoms, unions, many unaffiliated people, the list goes on. Humans do horrible