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    • NSM
    • 29.04.10 | 10:45 (IDT)

    "Negative, negative, negative, negative, negative, negative.... every single day?" Well some people are more optimistic and some are not. The thing is, people post negativity from all sides. so what is negative for me could be positive for you and vice-versa. "Would you have someone around who complains about you all the time? Would you still think they`re doing you a favor, or would you get rid of them after awhile?" I understand where you're coming from but i guess where i differ is that instead of thinking in terms of 'getting rid of them' i guess i would say to just ignore them or speak out against them. But to completely dismiss and think they should be 'gone' (one way or another) i find to be non-constructive. Because that in itself is a rejectionist stance no different from the other side of the spectrum. I find that one has to accept that all these views exist and we have to deal with that accordingly with an integral view as opposed to 'my way or the highway' approach

    from the article: Poll: Majority of Israel's Jews back gag on rights groups
    First published 02:08 28.04.10 | Last updated 10:34 28.04.10
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