lack of sentiment among humans

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If one day I’m rewarded an occasion to alert people about something wicked in our world, “scarce of sentiment” would be the matter I will express my entire concerns about it. Superficial sentiment, though, is widely spread over lots of cultures. To define what sentiment means in essence, psychologists say “it’s a phenomenon among human beings by which either pernicious effects of distress and despondency flag or jubilation spread out.” By the time, however, this function has already defunct, and it’s becoming a decorating social behavior. As a result stark personalized and reclusive lives are dominated lifestyle of modern world. Sympathy is the philanthropic fruit of our sole, so as rarer as this trait become our altruistic characteristics will no longer be commodore of our life. In developing societies, in Iran for example, altruistic values is still living, people get together to show their sympathy or ebullition in every single ceremony funeral or wedding by heart. They are really both cheerful in weddings and mournful in funerals they attend in. In contrast, we can see all kinds of, even more, such socializing in modern societies, in Europe countries for instance, but with a single conflict. People there show up on ceremonies to show, for the most parts, their civilized culture, but in fact when you get into details what you can see is whether fake, tooth-showing, short smiles or fake wrinkled face and dead, vapid eyes. Now let’s see what statistic says: “the percentage of individuals committed suicide in developing countries is four time s as much as those in modern countries.”[Released by UN last year] My point was just approved by facts. To be more specific on the reason, based on the data, up from 80% of suicides committed were due to peer pressure sourcing from loneliness and reticence. Such a point approves that people in modern societies don’t have

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