Indeed, those trying to help him are guilty of hubris, thinking that their reasoning is capable of reaching the mind of an adolescent mid-tantrum. If what Quinault has said to him hasn't snapped him out of it then perhaps a stint in the French Foreign Legion or the Marine Corps would do him well. Something to teach him some maturity and discipline.orthonorm said:I read more hubris from those trying to "help" James than from James himself.NightOwl said:Yeah and I think this thread is feeding it. Probably should've left it locked.LBK said:Hubris, pure and simple.JamesR said:I was the brightest student in all the classes, my Priest even urged me to come sometimes just because he said that having me in the class would benefit the other teens. Yet even with my knowledge I have turned my back on God. I won't worship the deadbeat father responsible for all the suffering in the world.
For all their "knowledge" they don't seem too great at helping others. Wonder, if they have even spoken to him.
But hey, we at least found out one of the newer members here can write poverty pr0n.