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A thought I've had now is that I like the idea of doing good to enemies. The only way that becomes a problem is if you don't know they are your enemy and you expect them to treat you as you treat them. I've found malignant people have wanted to stir up hatred in me for them. They want you to be on a low vibrational level like they are.
However, from the comments:
"In my experience when I turned the other cheek, smiled or lowered my head it made the bully more aggressive. I think it's because they sensed weakness. When I fought back they left me alone. My problem is I don't want to fight anyone but I feel I have to because of human nature."
Personally I'm just not interested in fights and being around people like that. Like Battle Born Again says, don't talk to demons. If someone wants to fight you, they mean you harm and should be avoided.
I posted this before watching it. The part where he says give to anyone who begs reminded me of the malignant narc who was prominent at a local Christian organization. He would use Christian teachings like those to prey on others. He would do something to incite your pity or sympathy and if you took the bait he would consider you a suitable target for his psychological tricks. He thought he was very clever like all these types do. If he perceived you as a threat to his ego he just had to get the better of you and show he was first best after all.
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