Our Mood Affect Others
May 5, 2007 2:26pm CST
Why does an individual suddenly become a "lunatic" and commit acts of violence? Why does one nation suddenly become the aggressor of another nation? Can we be tolerant in every situation that we encounter?
• United States
5 May 07
I don't know, and really, I don't think it is sudden at all. I think the individuals suffer from an imbalance for quite awhile before they 'explode' I am sure these people are very good at hiding what is going on in their minds from family and friends. Very sad, very tragic. Nations against nations?? I think that is always power over others in some form or other. Again it is tragic for all of the people involved.
5 May 07
Yeah I see what you mean I suppose our mood does affect others when I see people when I am out and about and they snarl at you or look at you with a really evil look it makes you cross or angry and you start to believe everyone is like that so you look at them in the same way yet when someone smiles at you it makes you smile too. Smiling is infectious You catch it like the flu When someone smiled at me today I started smiling too I walked around the corner And someone saw me grin When he smiled I realised I had passed it on to him I thought about the smile And then realised its worth A single smile like mine Could travel round the earth So if you feel a smile begin Don't leave it undetected Start an epidemic And get the world infected.
5 May 07
There are extreme situations in everybody`s life. And this is not just mood, sometimes it`s trauma. And it needs more attention, even therapy. But you are somewhat right.Sometimes the dranken people can do things what they will sorry a lot about when they are no more dranken. Just an example.