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Feb 05, 2008 · Under the Influence of…Music
Secondly,there is a comedic part on almost every show which seems to hold nosin, but when examined closely will be revealed for what it reallyis. For gloating (also called disability humor) which is a mostabominable and uncharitable sin will most certainly be impossible toescape if you watch TV-series! This odious sin of gloating prevailsin every kind of media such as cartoons, films and shows, wherepeople are beating each other or laughing at the different calamitiesor stupidities that another person will experience. Think about howevil this is: to laugh at another person’s calamity or sorrow!Yet, you cannot escape seeing this when you watch TV! Do to others asyou would have them do to you, was one of the commandments of ourLord! (Matthew 7:12) - You would not want someone laughing or makingfun of your calamities and miss-happenings, yet we laugh and approveit when sad things happen to others? Then we have the constant jokesabout the Christian religion with countless of derogatory wordsuttered in a most blasphemous spirit by the media when it tries todepict how utterly stupid, foolish, and out of date it is to be afirm Bible believing Christian. The constant ridicule and mockery ofGod and the Christian religion should be sufficient cause forrejecting this mortally sinful filth entirely! Again, you would notapprove of a show that blasphemed you, a friend, child or wife, yetyou watch shows making a mockery of God and religion which is worthinfinitely more than weak human beings.
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Dr. Sigmund Freud Of all the complexes Dr. Freud allegedly found in the human subconscious, the Oedipus complex is probably the most well-known. According to Freud, a child lusts carnally for the flesh of his mother and yearns to replace his father in the marriage bed. The world was deeply shocked by Freud's statement when he published it. Freud said the world's denial was really an affirmation of his theory, but some scholars have a different perspective."One of the cornerstones of psychoanalysis is the Oedipus complex. According to the generally accepted version during a session of self-analysis Freud unearthed a childhood memory of being sexually aroused by seeing his mother naked (Ernest Jones, 1961). However, as Webster pointed out there is no evidence whatsoever that this episode ever occurred. What Freud wrote about his discovery to Fliess was that he remembered a long train journey, and because it was so long he deduces that he might have had the opportunity of seeing his mother naked. He then deduced further that he might have been aroused by the scene. Although the incident might have happened there is a good probability that the memory Freud recovered was in fact false (Webster, 1996). Soon after Freud uncovered these memories from his own childhood he postulated a universal law — the Oedipus complex." Dr. Freud's work loses the sparkle of originality when seen in the light of the Talmud doctrines that formed a part of his cultural background.