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Was i wrong? Did i do the right thing?

Was i wrong? Did i do the right thing? Topic: Word class worksheets homework
June 19, 2019 / By Kae
Question: ok i know this may not seem like much. but, i just need your opinion. so i was in class today with my friend, and the teacher decided that he wasnt gona give us homework, but we had something else that was due that day and he said we could work on it. so my friends who sits next to me, i told her to just get one book and i would look up the words and she could copy she said no and got two books. i was like ok. so i was working, and all of a sudden she is pulling at my paper. and i was like no your not copying i offered and you didnt want to so no anyway i wanted to get the worksheet done!!! so all im really asking is was i mean to her was it my fault because now she is mad at me, and i love her she like a sister to me and we've never really been mad at each other. i dont think i did a thing wrong. but she does i just want to know the way i acted was it wrong of me???
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Hashub Hashub | 9 days ago
no your not wrong she is. first i don't agree with copying but sometimes you just want to get it done and so copying with friends helps/ two you offered and she declined it. then she has no rights to look onto your sheet. like if she asked for a answer then yeah thats okay but just pulling the paper like that after saying no then thats mess up. don't feel bad and don;t apologize cuz you didn't do anything wrong. the person who did this wrong is her. let her apologize to you.
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Hashub Originally Answered: Was i wrong? Did i do the right thing?
no your not wrong she is. first i don't agree with copying but sometimes you just want to get it done and so copying with friends helps/ two you offered and she declined it. then she has no rights to look onto your sheet. like if she asked for a answer then yeah thats okay but just pulling the paper like that after saying no then thats mess up. don't feel bad and don;t apologize cuz you didn't do anything wrong. the person who did this wrong is her. let her apologize to you.
Hashub Originally Answered: Was i wrong? Did i do the right thing?
u shuldnt feel bad cuz it isnt ur fault. Maybe she was just regreting tat she didnt want to work together, so wen u yelled at her or told her or wtvr, she got hurt and embarresed and tried to cover up her embaressment by getting angry. the best thing to do is to explain tat u arent mad at her, just confused or wtvr cuz she didnt want to work together, but then she wanted to cheat ltr on. hope it didnt sound too confusing ;)

Elhanan Elhanan
u shuldnt feel bad cuz it isnt ur fault. Maybe she was just regreting tat she didnt want to work together, so wen u yelled at her or told her or wtvr, she got hurt and embarresed and tried to cover up her embaressment by getting angry. the best thing to do is to explain tat u arent mad at her, just confused or wtvr cuz she didnt want to work together, but then she wanted to cheat ltr on. hope it didnt sound too confusing ;)
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Elhanan Originally Answered: What reasoning makes people able to believe in other thing they cant see over another thing they cant see?
There is one very important difference between one of the beings in your list and the other four: whether or not there are extra-terrestrial biological entities, i.e., aliens, they would be part of the natural universe. The other four beings -- God, angels, ghosts, and djinns -- are part of a supernatural realm, even though they may, according to your beliefs, sometimes impinge upon the natural realm. Look, why is it necessary to "believe in" something, in the sense of accepting its existence on little more, or on no more, than faith? Why can you not just evaluate the likelihood of something existing based on the evidence and arguments for or against it? For instance, it is not necessary to "believe in" or "disbelieve in" aliens. You either accept the evidence and arguments that have been put forward to support their existence, or you do not. Again, the one advantage aliens have over the supernatural beings is that to accept the former you do not have to also accept a whole supernatural realm overlaid on top of the natural universe. This necessity of accepting an invisible supernatural realm in order to accept supernatural beings is also why those beings are less likely to exist.
Elhanan Originally Answered: What reasoning makes people able to believe in other thing they cant see over another thing they cant see?
We ALL believe in many things we can't see. I can't prove to you that in attempting to render Pi as a decimal number, the digits go on forever......and I've never seen it. (I never had an infinite amount of time to watch the generation of an infinite number.....and the proofs of transcendental properties of Pi are a bit beyond my training.) I haven't seen evidence that a friend loved his great grandmother when he was young -- but I believe it anyway because I think it is most likely true. Even in mathematics -- probably the field with the most rigorous reputation for logical proofs -- the field starts from AXIOMS which are accepted by general agreement (faith?) so that the rest of the field can be based upon those axioms. Yet, I can't SEE the totality of what those axioms claim....but I believe them anyway....and I don't care if somebody thinks that proves I'm crazy. If you are sincere about your questions (and not just claiming your superiority over others), there are a great many books that can help you understand the nature of proofs and evidence. You will find that "seeing" is just one option for determining truths. Try a little harder next time. A little initial research will go a long way in preparing you to ask questions about a topic unfamiliar to you. .

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