Subscribe   Submit Work   Log In

The Weight of Circumstance This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.

By sweet_silent_surenity, puyallup, WA

I don‘t know what provoked the thought, it was a movie, or a book, or just a random scrap or writing I started then tucked into a forgotten pocket, and found later. But recently I have stumbled upon one of the most debated age-old questions. Is human nature really good? And with every question there are answers of every opinion. All these opinions have been rummaging, swirling, and knocking throughout my brain. I don’t really know what to do with them aside from writhe them down.

The first is the negative. Human nature is bad. This opinion says that if killing was a legal practice, people would kill each other for even the smallest things. We would kill for different gender, race, eye color, hair color, beliefs, culture, and every other thing imaginable. Then one day, under a sad sky, there would be two people left.

Page 1 of 4

Share this article:

Share on Facebook   Share on Google+   Share on Twitter

Post a Comment

Be the first to comment on this!