posted on Jul, 11 2016 @ 05:29 PM
"Thou shalt not steal" One of the ten commandments.. Using this in its own term makes a lot of sense.. Our society has this commandment as one of its
keystones relying heavily on your morals as a human.. Using the fundamental aspect of the Christian message of freewill, everyone will do good if
given the chance.. Problem is, most people will steal if there is no consequence.. Those who promote the ideal, are the same people who are hiding a
divine universal law under the premises of things you cant even begin to imagine..
If you believe in it, why hide?
The most important thing, is not the moral of the message... Its the intent or so called true will of your action.. If you steal cause you want
Then the intent will fall under one of the seven sins.. Greed..
If you steal cause you are hungry and cant afford, well then, the intent falls under the Natural law...
He still broke the law and the law is universal. Society and the State have an obligation to always fulfill the natural law to its citizens, if you
cant fulfill a universal law as the so called natural law, well then you as a state failed your citizens..
edit on 2016711 by tikbalang because: CAP THE C IN CHRISTIAN