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  1. I think that here we should share the death of people to whom we have nothing to do and our friends and relatives.�

    If you don't have feelings about the death of others, that's fine.�

    The question arises: why should we grieve for a person we didn't know and didn't interact with in any way? We may feel sad, empathize, or sympathize, but rather it doesn't arise.�

    But the lack of feelings at the death of a loved one may indicate, for example, fear. Most likely, you have experienced the death of others in your past (or witnessed the experience of another), which was very difficult. And since you wouldn't want to go through this heaviness again, you simply abstract from these experiences and are as if “in the shell”

  2. Congratulations. You are still one of those who does not suffer from hypocrisy.�

    This is a very common disease that spreads faster and faster every year, under the influence of the media and society. Substitution of concepts, double standards, unwillingness to accept life as it is-these are the main points on which you can catch a hypocrite.�

    Example. You can earn millions and your community will know about it. Secretly send several tens of thousands of sick children for treatment, then you will be sent a report, who went what amount, what is with this child, the person now. You will be internally satisfied. But don't help or grieve once with society, as you will become a hypocrite, a creature, a miser, and 97 other ways to humiliate a person. The more they work for the public, the more inflated their ego, the more they want.

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