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ddddddd said: 

When it comes to intelligent people, it doesn't matter unless they are out to get you.

I also find higher intelligence is accompanied with kindness. It's unwise to be an asshole in general, as a bad reputation surely leads the way to deprivation. Then the fool can be more intelligent while stuck in a rut, then once again it doesn't matter. 

 This sounds smart. Can you elaborate on it? 

 It's that simple. What's there to elaborate on ?

 

High intelligence doesn't work out for the intellectual if they constantly put themselves in situations where people discard them.

Several years ago I had a highly intelligent housemate, excellent memory, he was an inventor, etc. On my last day living there, he said with expressions of relief how he's smarter than me and how he could manipulate me if he wants. I never felt the need to feed his ego so I responded with a nod. But the reality of it all, his manipulation tactics always came across as petiness, then whatever it was he did it would backfire on him, until the next pessimistic attack comes about.

He basically took my kindness for weakness. I bought a car off of him, and he never even transfer the ownership to me. It was a $2,000 shitbox with a really nice modified V-Tec B16. Car got towed one day and I let it go. It's his name at stake anyway while the pound will charge $90 a day. I never got mad. 

He's older so I would do nice things for him like pick up things at the grocery store for him, or I would wash his car. ( I enjoy washing cars and for some reason whenever I did that, people would stop and chat with me half the time ). He would regularly have outbursts and was very wraithful ( he's a short man ) I repaired a lot of the ties he had with friends he refused to forgive, even though he was in the wrong, and when I did that, he had access to heavy machinery once again.

He also fantasized about moving to a 3rd world country with his dwindling wealth so he can have servants. 

He got into CAD software and I warned him, the 3D software will make you a fan of it and how all 3D software roughly does the same thing. He learned how to 3D model a little, and now all of a sudden he started boasting how his software is better than my software and how he's a better modeler than me, simply because he's making stuff on a 3D printer. Meanwhile I'm an actual professional CG artist.

He expressed resentment over his ex boss, every, single, day. 

It came to a point where I had to call him out everytime he brought it up cause it was a vibe killer and it was clearly causing his blood pressure to increase.

When it came down to it, his level of intelligence was great, but only for certain things. He wasn't good at measuring people though, as his endeavors seemed petty. 

Because I'm talking about him one might think that I'm resentful of my ex roommate, but that's not true. This year he's turning 70 and struggling. Does he drive to town, or will he eat for the day, living out in the middle of nowhere at a friend's place he used to criticize. The place is so bad he once told me to go there to help his friend move stuff just so I can see how terrible it is there. It was basically a farm shed with a lot of junk in there 2 hours out of town, with no facilities. Last I heard my ex roommate is living there in a chopped school bus.

This doesn't please me, nor will I help him. I would've helped him, as behind the scenes I don't let my friends fall down, but I know him better. 

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That was long, but aside from that, when it comes to intelligent people it doesn't matter if they're brighter or not unless you make it so, then you might realize it isn't bright to worry about others being more or less intelligent than you are, while more than half of the asses in this world would sever ties with toxic relations which improves the quality of life.

Real high intelligence... And this is my opinion... Comes with kindness. If you're very intelligent AND are very cool, that's of service to themselves and to others, but if our subject is a complete A hole, then their talents goes to waste. No one wants to do business with them, or they'll lose business.

To put it simply. If someone hit rock bottom and are living on the streets, they cannot even begin to beg without being kind no matter how bright they are, but to say the least if they even tried begging without kindness, they really aren't that bright to begin with.

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I also find higher intelligence is accompanied with kindness. It's unwise to be an asshole in general, as a bad reputation surely leads the way to deprivation. Then the fool can be more intelligent while stuck in a rut, then once again it doesn't matter. 

Again, that depends on what sort of 'intelligence' you're talking about. 

 High intelligence.

Homosexual.

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I also find higher intelligence is accompanied with kindness. It's unwise to be an asshole in general, as a bad reputation surely leads the way to deprivation. Then the fool can be more intelligent while stuck in a rut, then once again it doesn't matter. 

Again, that depends on what sort of 'intelligence' you're talking about. 

High intelligence.

Which one? 

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When it comes to intelligent people, it doesn't matter unless they are out to get you.

I also find higher intelligence is accompanied with kindness. It's unwise to be an asshole in general, as a bad reputation surely leads the way to deprivation. Then the fool can be more intelligent while stuck in a rut, then once again it doesn't matter. 

 OK I'm gonna nerd out...I've been reading lots of Rutger Bregman and evolutionary biologists actually agree with this.

Biologists are talking about ‘survival of the friendliest’ now as it's the friendliest/kindest who have the biggest chance of passing on their genes to the next generation.

Dmitri Belyaev was the first scientist to realise this when he domesticated the wild silver fox by selecting for friendliness. Researchers later discovered that the domesticated foxes performed much better on intelligence tests. If you want a smart fox, you don’t select for intelligence, you select for friendliness. 

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I also find higher intelligence is accompanied with kindness. It's unwise to be an asshole in general, as a bad reputation surely leads the way to deprivation. Then the fool can be more intelligent while stuck in a rut, then once again it doesn't matter. 

Again, that depends on what sort of 'intelligence' you're talking about. 

High intelligence.

Which one? 

 Perhaps all of them?

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When it comes to intelligent people, it doesn't matter unless they are out to get you.

I also find higher intelligence is accompanied with kindness. It's unwise to be an asshole in general, as a bad reputation surely leads the way to deprivation. Then the fool can be more intelligent while stuck in a rut, then once again it doesn't matter. 

 OK I'm gonna nerd out...I've been reading lots of Rutger Bregman and evolutionary biologists actually agree with this.

Biologists are talking about ‘survival of the friendliest’ now as it's the friendliest/kindest who have the biggest chance of passing on their genes to the next generation.

Dmitri Belyaev was the first scientist to realise this when he domesticated the wild silver fox by selecting for friendliness. Researchers later discovered that the domesticated foxes performed much better on intelligence tests. If you want a smart fox, you don’t select for intelligence, you select for friendliness. 

 It's common sense really.

Intelligence itself doesn't always mean smart, but we're talking high intelligence so we'll associate it with higher IQ.

The greater our consciousness the more kind we'll be. If we had ultimate consciousness we'd know everything which would be the highest form of intelligence, and with that comes every attribute associated with kindness.

The reason for that, we'd experience what we do to others in both the present and the future and it would even mess with our vibe the moment our past actions ruins a present event, as we'd experience both physically and mentally what we do to one another. Our civilization would have no secrets as a secret would be nothing more than a fictional concept that cannot exist on our level, same with lies and pettiness would come across as stupidity and it is.

The highest form of intelligence is absolutely the ultimate consciousness, and if we had the highest intelligence our empathic attributes toward one another would consist of love, compassion, acceptance, forgiveness, mercy, friendship and kindness. Kindness is without a doubt associated with high intelligence along with the six other attributes mentioned here.

Understanding this I know it goes for all animals as well and I'd intuitively argue, any pet who lives kindly would've scored more prizes in it's lifetime by it's adoptee, as opposed to a rowdy misbehaved pet who get's more timeouts, while prone to abandonment.

 

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Spatial Mind said:
The greater our consciousness the more kind we'll be.

How does this account for the ones who know how to fake the game, like the mock pleasantries type who follow 'please and thank you' more as a rule than a mindset? 

Kindness is without a doubt associated with high intelligence along with the six other attributes mentioned here.

I'd argue otherwise, as what is kindness if every other trait is lacking? A charitable fool, an easy mark. 

They need the more classical form of intelligence on top of it if they hope to do anything with said kindness, and I'd argue much good could be done in the world without it as a virtue, as long as it's still in the name of progress or stability. Lawful inclinations in such cases can accomplish far more than good, as those bonds inherently pave the means for teamwork regardless of personal creed. 

Understanding this I know it goes for all animals as well and I'd intuitively argue, any pet who lives kindly would've scored more prizes in it's lifetime by it's adoptee, as opposed to a rowdy misbehaved pet who get's more timeouts, while prone to abandonment.

I dunno, I tend to see the clever rebel as having a bit more going on upstairs than a lovable oaf. 

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Spatial Mind said:
If we had ultimate consciousness we'd know everything which would be the highest form of intelligence, and with that comes every attribute associated with kindness.

The reason for that, we'd experience what we do to others in both the present and the future and it would even mess with our vibe the moment our past actions ruins a present event, as we'd experience both physically and mentally what we do to one another. Our civilization would have no secrets as a secret would be nothing more than a fictional concept that cannot exist on our level, same with lies and pettiness would come across as stupidity and it is.

The highest form of intelligence is absolutely the ultimate consciousness, and if we had the highest intelligence our empathic attributes toward one another would consist of love, compassion, acceptance, forgiveness, mercy, friendship and kindness.

In All Star Superman, they proposed the same principle actually when they for a brief period granted Superman's powers to Lex Luthor:

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We met up for running. After like 8 km (i had eaten maybe 500kcal the whole day cause too much stress) he yelled "oooh, im getting my runners high" and sprinted for about 120m leaving me behind. what games is he playing?

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ddddddd said: 

We met up for running. After like 8 km (i had eaten maybe 500kcal the whole day cause too much stress) he yelled "oooh, im getting my runners high" and sprinted for about 120m leaving me behind. what games is he playing?

 thought you had PhD in psychiatry. Why you struggling so hard. He seen you were a manipulative psychO and obviously wanted to ditch. lol kill yourself. 

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