I "ran away" because there was nothing to argue against. Your views are clearly inconsistent and the meanings of different words and phrases shifts according to your needs. Your go to strategy is to be as vague as possible, never provide definitions for the specialized meanings you have for certain words and then accuse others of projecting views you do not have or lacking reading comprehension. Here's a protip: if people are indeed continually misunderstanding your drivel, you should aim to clarify your points.
>It is clear to myself that negative thoughts and feelings are what causes one to question oneself, to doubt ones actions, to reflect on things, to introspect, to truly and utterly change if you would only listen to it.
Sounds an awful lot like psychology to me. I mean, introspect? You meant shining a light up your arse instead of the mental exercise, right? Careful there, you might find yourself contradicting your entire rant about psychology. Seems like you're using psychological tools, and for what purpose? Presumably, the negative thoughts and feelings go away after motivating you to change? Could it be said that you've used introspection to figure out the problem (since diagnose is a loaded term for you) and then solved it? One could say that you've noticed a causal relationship between the state of the world and your own emotions? And would this theory not be psychological in nature? And would taking appropriate action as you saw fit be therapeutic and alleviate the suffering caused by your affect?
No, I must be mistaken. I'm just reading too much into it, again. Ah, curse you Zarathustra, you have won again and I have no choice but to accept that I am a coward indeed. You have diagn- err, figured out the problem correctly, I am simply intimidated by your poetic, life-affirming prose. I shall take your advice and interpret these negative feelings of shame and try to introspect, so that I may change after all. You were right, psychology was not the answer after all.