ChatGPT, a Tool For Understanding Humans

Pablo's Delusion
5 min readMar 22, 2023


Our current reality

The duality of life is very evident: two brains, two eyes, two hands, two lungs, but one heart. Our soul, our decision is just one at a time. But there are two forces that structure our thinking; Yin and yan, Plato’s world of ideas and the physical, the world of the dead and the living, hell and heaven, good and bad, hate and love, like and dislike.

I thought, as psychologists can’t seem to figure out how humans work, I’ll ask AI about what makes humans feel the best and worst possible way.

Then you simply have a list of ways to act, and ways not to. One is introspective, the balance of mind within yourself. The other is extrospection, the balance to seek in your social world.

I’ve divided what feeling to seek in yourself, and with other people.


Feeling Disdainment:

Disdain is a feeling of strong dislike, disapproval, or contempt for someone or something.

The intensity and frequency of disdain that humans feel can vary widely depending on individual personalities, experiences, and contexts. However, here are some situations in which humans might feel disdain:

  1. When they perceive someone else as being dishonest, unethical, or immoral.
  2. When they are treated unfairly or disrespectfully.
  3. When they encounter people who hold different values or beliefs that they find objectionable.
  4. When they feel powerless or frustrated in a situation that they perceive as unjust or wrong.
  5. When they are subjected to incompetence, laziness, or inefficiency.
  6. When they encounter people who are arrogant or self-centered.
  7. When they are forced to deal with bureaucratic red tape or unnecessarily complex procedures.

Of course, these are just a few examples, and people can feel disdain in many other situations as well. It’s important to remember that emotions are complex and can be influenced by a wide range of factors.



Admiration is a feeling of respect, approval, or appreciation for someone or something that is considered to be exceptional or admirable. It can refer to feelings of respect or esteem for someone’s qualities, achievements, or actions. When we admire someone, we often see them as a role model or source of inspiration. Admiration can be a positive emotion that motivates us to strive for our own personal growth and development. It can also be a way of expressing gratitude or appreciation for the positive impact that someone or something has had on our lives.

Feeling Admiration:

Humans can feel admiration in many different situations, and it often depends on individual experiences and values. However, here are some common situations in which humans may feel admiration:

  1. When they encounter someone who has achieved great success through hard work, dedication, or talent.
  2. When they witness acts of bravery or selflessness, such as when someone risks their own safety to help others.
  3. When they see someone overcome great challenges or adversity, such as someone who has survived a serious illness or injury.
  4. When they encounter people who have strong moral values and act in accordance with them, even in difficult situations.
  5. When they observe creativity, innovation, or intelligence in action.
  6. When they experience excellence in art, music, or other forms of cultural expression.
  7. When they encounter people who show kindness, empathy, or compassion toward others.


Again, these are just a few examples, and people can feel admiration in many other situations as well. Admiration is often a positive and inspiring emotion that can motivate people to strive for their own personal growth and development.


Being “Nice”:

Refers to a behavior that is kind, considerate, and respectful towards others. When someone is described as nice, it typically means that they are friendly, approachable, and pleasant to be around. They may go out of their way to help others, offer support or encouragement, or engage in acts of kindness or generosity. Being nice can also involve being polite, patient, and understanding towards others, even in difficult situations. It is often seen as a positive trait, and being nice can help build strong, positive relationships with others.

“Nice” is a subjective term that can mean different things to different people. However, if we are talking about when humans feel the most pleasant, positive emotions, here are some situations that can lead to those feelings:

  1. When they experience love, affection, or closeness with another person.
  2. When they engage in activities that bring them joy or satisfaction, such as hobbies or spending time with friends.
  3. When they achieve goals or make progress toward something that is important to them.
  4. When they experience a sense of belonging or community, such as being part of a group or team.
  5. When they feel appreciated or valued by others, such as receiving compliments or recognition for their work.
  6. When they engage in acts of kindness or generosity toward others, which can lead to positive emotions such as gratitude and satisfaction.
  7. When they experience moments of awe or wonder, such as witnessing a beautiful sunset or being in nature.


Again, these are just a few examples, and what makes someone feel “nice” or positive can vary depending on their individual experiences and preferences.


Being “Mean”:

Refers to behavior that is unkind, cruel, or hurtful towards others. When someone is described as mean, it typically means that they are acting in a way that causes harm, either physically or emotionally, to others. Mean behavior can take many forms, including bullying, teasing, insulting, or excluding others. Mean people may be motivated by a desire to gain power or control over others, to feel superior, or to get attention. Being mean can have negative consequences, both for the person engaging in the behavior and for the people they are targeting. It can damage relationships, lead to social isolation or conflict, and have long-term psychological effects on both the perpetrator and the victim. It is generally seen as a negative trait and is not a desirable way of interacting with others.

“Mean” is a subjective term that can have different meanings for different people. However, in general, people may feel like being mean or exhibiting negative behavior in situations such as:

  1. When they feel threatened or attacked, such as in response to criticism or perceived disrespect.
  2. When they are under stress or experiencing a high level of frustration or anger.
  3. When they feel jealous or envious of others and want to tear them down to feel better about themselves.
  4. When they are feeling powerless or helpless and want to exert control over others.
  5. When they are trying to impress or gain approval from a particular group or individual by putting others down.
  6. When they are dealing with someone they perceive as difficult or unpleasant.
  7. When they are influenced by negative societal or cultural messages that promote cruelty or aggression.

It’s important to remember that negative behavior can have a variety of underlying causes, and people may behave badly for a wide range of reasons. It’s also important to recognize that being mean or cruel is generally not a productive or positive way to handle situations, and can often lead to negative consequences for both the individual and others involved.

If you have these four set of rules in mind, you may manifest this reality. I belive this to be the beggining of all religious intentions.