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I'm a Wikipedia Administrator and I edit in my spare time. I like to read, write code, and play video games. I am working on my bachelor's in computer science.
I'm pro- just about everything related to a person's freedoms. I strongly believe in Liberty. I don't really fall behind a party line. Most of all, I am pro- opposing viewpoints and public debate. I think understanding and respecting your opponent in any controversial topic is the first step toward resolution. However, I am strongly against the dishonest, deceitful, disrespectful and righteous attitudes of advocacy groups. I will stand up for honesty in the face of POV-pushing, even if I agree with the POV. I generally ignore the righteous causes of others who believe so firmly in themselves that they are void of reason and discussion and will resort to the name calling, labeling, and abusive behaviors they accuse others of.
The problem with the world, as I see it, is that everyone views it as a battleground. Advocates are the warriors in that battleground. I like a little more sensibility and respect for opponents. That isn't to say I have exhaustive patience, only that I prefer to see disputes progress toward resolution through collaboration. And I absolutely hate arrogance to the level that no respect is shown for an opponent's ideas because of a self-righteous belief in being the only correct point of view.
Matthew 22:36-40:“Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”