Avoiding moral honesty is one good way to bite the dust.
All being fair - this is a shared world. You're quite welcome to eat the ground if you must . Im not sure you want worms in the future from that
though, so one would _warn you off that .
Phrases such as 'get off my land' , will not buy the favours of the future .
Life doesnt allow it .Neither does the rabbit .
That's mine - this is a phrase used too many times . Its a got a temporal connotation - is it yours now then or mine when you're gone ?
Mine mine mine , is often leavable to . Negate the negative - becasue positves are what we want. And what we will get .. just by a little moral
honesty . Who will live longer in the longer run - by the science of stress ?
Might futures be predictable - as in - in the future ? Be nice , wouldnt it.
And oh dear the proud and haughty eat dust , as it was in the days of old and as it is now. So it _shall be , as they say.
Lets analyse it a little - they sent on a problem for themselves by keeping 'stature' to ward of 'presences' such as the general hoi poloi - without a
good reason to be proud and haughty, demeaning of others, bastardising them, nannying them around , knowing better for them , and keeping secrets -
you know the ones ...
The proud and haughty eat dust - was it written there ? There it was written - there it shall stay.
Where were the proverbs here? The moral and honest and the faithful of the future - these will sponsor the rewards .
In the National Lottery of Life . Who is at point _bingo .
And who is eating sand ?
edit on 31-8-2012 by ZIPMATT because: (no reason given)