That's like killing a mosquito with a flamethrower. I mean, sure it works, but the collateral damage might not be worth it. Not to mention the mortality rate of the Trial of the Grasses to become a Witcher in the first place. 3 out of 10, I wouldn't take those odds.Some of that Witcher immunity would come in real handy now...
Cheers Tommy. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. And you better still be gaming!Define old . But I`m still around from time to time. Read quite a bit but seldom post. Since I`ve retired I spend most of my time outdoors but not around crowds of any kind. Nice to see you around .
Depends on the person you are trying to "enlighten" and the "heaviness" of the topic. Some topics shouldn't be taken lightly. Furthermore, not everyone can handle it and sometimes it's just better to let it go because the truth does not outweigh the consequences. If it's a close friend you can put some more effort into not trying to hurt his/her feelings, while still getting your point across. If it's a stranger on the internet, go for strong arguments and if (s)he doesn't respond well, then I would stop there and not make things even worse.Thoughts?
Feelings can't really be invalid. Only understanding. In that regard, if it was important enough, I'd simply provide the additional information I had. If they choose not to believe me, or that doesn't matter to them, then that's their prerogative.Do you guys think its wrong to tell someone their reason for having feelings about something is invalid?
If you state real sensible facts about a certain thing, then go on why not, you can Convince them in a very polite and kind manner if you actually have the knowledge and wisdom, they need to be open to it too, if they don't want it then pushing them is not wise, it's better to have patience and wait for the right moment.Do you guys think its wrong to tell someone their reason for having feelings about something is invalid?
Like if they believe something that you know is wrong, and feel strongly about it, is it wrong to tell them the reason they feel strongly about it is from an incorrect evaluation of the facts?
For example; someone is depressed and they think they see Jesus burnt into a piece of toast and that uplifts them and makes them feel better.
I feel like it isn't even rude to tell them that they are wrong but I have gotten a ton of pushback on this. Thoughts?