Wednesday, November 9, 2016


The evil character of fiction is not just in books. Sometimes reality can be worse than fantasy, and sometimes I look around and think, does no one see what's going on? Is there no good left? Because people seem intent on being the three monkeys who see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil, as if by doing so will make it non-existent.

I read the book, "Without Conscience" by Dr. Hare awhile back and suddenly the rose-colored glasses were lifted. I liked to think that there might be good in all people until I read this, and then everything made sense to me. I was reeling from finding out my daughter was the victim of a violent crime, and the louder I cried out for justice, the more society turned it's back. I don't know which was worse, the actual crime, or society's reaction to it. This is in part my platform that I am writing about.

So what is a psychopath? They are the wolf in sheep's clothing. They have a facade of being like everyone else, with one serious exception. They have no conscience. That means that they can do whatever they want, and they don't care what other people think or feel. That may sound harmless, but what if they are greedy and want to be rich? They will find a way to con or steal, regardless of how it affects their victims. What if they like to hurt people? Think serial rapists or killers. One example is the new one in S. Carolina. He raped a girl but his mother said he shouldn't go to jail because he walked her home afterwards, therefore he couldn't be the monster he seemed. He did go to jail, but on his release he then ran a successful real estate company and they now believe he has killed at least 7 people.

Just because a person says they are a good person, and only act for the greater good, do you believe it, despite obvious evidence to the contrary?

The opposite of a psychopath is kindness and empathy.

My quote for the day is:

"Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive." -Dalai Lama XIV

We must care about not just ourselves, but everyone else, and our beautiful planet Earth. It's our responsibility, and I will live my life to my dying day under that philosophy.


  1. Someone without conscience or guilt is very scary indeed.

    1. They are- I know first hand exactly how dangerous, unfortunately.

  2. Want to know if someone is a psychopath? Test their sense of smell. No, I'm not kidding. I did a bunch of research on these people a while back. They're especially successful in business and sales.

    1. That's interesting- but I know you're right about the successful in business part. People in general tend to admire them for their self-confidence, not realizing how dangerous they are if you get on their bad side.