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What word portrays a superior feeling to you? Yes or No?

Asked by: NickCirone
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  • The word 'no'.

    Because denial requires power, strength and a firm belief base. Let's step out of the stereotype and quit associating the feeling of 'superiority' with only the ones who are on the right track. Saying yes or no varies with issues. Sometimes, it's right to say yes. Sometimes, it's utterly fair to say no. But as far as the feeling of superiority is concerned, it has less to do with one's views and more to do with one's firmness of mind. If a person is strong enough to stand for what he believes in, he feels superior. The word 'no' portrays the fact that the speaker is brave enough to oppose something that he finds unfavourable, to deny it, and put up his own opinion.

  • The word 'no'.

    Because denial requires power, strength and a firm belief base. Let's step out of the stereotype and quit associating the feeling of 'superiority' with only the ones who are on the right track. Saying yes or no varies with issues. Sometimes it's right to say yes, sometimes it's utterly fair to say no. But the feeling of superiority has less to do with one's views and more to do with one's firmness of mind. If one is strong enough to stand for what he believes in, he feels superior. Saying 'no' portrays the fact that the speaker is brave enough to oppose something that he finds unfavourable, to deny it, and put up his own opinion.

  • The word 'no'.

    Because denial requires power, strength and a firm belief base. Let's step out of the stereotype and quit associating the feeling of 'superiority' with only the ones who are on the right track. Saying yes or no varies with issues. Sometimes it's right to say yes, sometimes it's utterly fair to say no. But the feeling of superiority has less to do with one's views and more to do with one's firmness of mind. If one is strong enough to stand for what he believes in, he feels superior. Saying 'no' portrays the fact that the speaker is brave enough to oppose something that he finds unfavourable, to deny it, and put up his own opinion.

  • The word "no" because...

    It shows so much more power than the other party. Say if someone wants to do something and you say "no": that makes it sound like you are more powerful because you have can show the ability to reject the flow of events and override the opinions and wills of others.


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