A plethora of events in my life have led to me to this question. I know that human beings are imperfect creatures; we make mistakes, do unintentionally terrible things to people we claim to love, but for some strange reason, it feels like the things that I have done/am doing are worse than the average “human behavior”. So it makes me think… what makes a terrible person a terrible person? Is it his intentions, or what actually transpires? Perfect example - a hero is a hero to the people he’s protecting, yet he’s a villain to the opposition… He’ could’ve heroically slaughtered a whole army in the name of his people, but that doesn’t negate the fact that people have lost their lives fighting for what THEY thought was right. I would love to believe that I’m doing what is perceived as the “right” thing to do, but no matter what direction I go in any of the circumstances I’m trapped in, I will terribly hurt someone. Is this just part of being a human being? Ruining other people’s happiness for your self-righteous indignation? If so, I just wish that I could transcend being a human and be something else, because it isn’t fair to anyone I love, or anyone who loves me to get the short end of the stick when they’ve done virtually nothing to deserve it… I think I’m done now.