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There's a sense of security that comes from speaking badly of someone else

There's a sense of security that comes from speaking badly of someone else There's a sense of security that comes from speaking badly of someone else
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It's natural for a person to deny he's a failure as a human being. That's why he searches for somebody who is more miserable than himself. That's why so much animosity exists on the Internet. Those who aren't able to find a more miserable person turn to the Internet and call other people losers, even though they've never met just to make themselves superior. Isn't that pathetic?

There's a sense of security that comes from speaking badly of someone else.

But that isn't true salvation.

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