I just posted a question that someone just completely misunderstood?
Ask a kid I had been sexually abused by my Uncle. When it was happening I knew it was wrong. It felt uncomfortable but I couldn’t bring myself to escape. As an adult when I am in situations that I feel uncomfortable in I still can’t escape even though they feel wrong. All I wanted to know is: 1) what quality is this? and 2) people tell me they sympathize with me as a kid but as an adult I have no excuse. Why?
EP took this question off the board because the guy thought I was sympathizing with abusers!
TO ALL WHO RESPONDED- YOU ARE SIMPLY AMAZING- YOU CHANGED MY LIFE FOREVER. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
Best Answer – Chosen by Asker
Yes, as an adult, you have to make the change. It is really difficult, because you were under horrible control and oppression.
Each personal conditions are too complicated for other people to give advice or to judge subjectively. You should seek assistance from social institutions, which are there to help and to support you.
It is wrong for individuals to judge individuals, because no one knows anyone else than knowing her/himself. Moreover, there are no bad people. Wrongdoings are only the consequence of ignorance. Once obtaining a proper education, the person can repent and do things rightly. Only God can judge precisely a person at her/his last breath.
The community life will collapse if it is reigned by anarchism. Hence, institutions are established by its members to judge fairly, to maintain order, to punish and reward, to provide education to all for collective advancement. So, we love and forgive individually; while the institutions maintain the collective security and justice.
The culture of our Age is the culture of learning. The more each individual becomes knowledgeable physically, humanly, spiritually, the more we will be able to carry forwards an ever-advancing civilization on earth as destined by the One True God. Wishing that the Teachings of the Divine Messengers of God will permeate the souls of all rational beings.