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Our Dichotomy And The Unintended Malice (46 of 365)

Our Dichotomy And The Unintended Malice (46 of 365)

Dichotomy is defined as the division into two usually contradictory parts or opinions.
Malice is generally defined as the desire to inflict injury, harm, or suffering on another.

In a failed relationship the two parties usually find themselves on the opposite ends of a painful spectrum and with no viable solution to the “middle ground”, the relationship is doomed to failure.

In our case, we were left with unintended or unintentional malice, which by definition is an oxymoron.
The key word being “desire” to inflict injury, harm,or suffering on another. Neither party sought to intentionally hurt the other but hurt nevertheless found its place.

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Posted by waynesimms77 on February 16, 2013

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