Life and maybe death
You heard the saying 'thy shall not kill' and 'thy shall not lie' right...
Well why do people do it to them sleves every day?
Just becasue the bible means it like not to kill another or to lie to another does not give you the right to do it to your self...
People kill them selves by drugs, sex with too many others with out marriage, and thier crazy addictions. These things can leave them either hurt or alone for life in so many ways. People lie to them selves be not trusting them selves enough to do what is right so they end up doing what is wrong.
We see it and even some of us do it every day. Maybe not today but some where and some time people all over will commit the biggest sins of all. And whats worst to your self. But I know what we can do to fix it... WE ALL OVER CAN LEARN FROM IT AND GROW TO UNDERSTAND IT ALL...
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