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Female, 18-29
Western US

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Conscience - Mood:Confident
Saturday July 07 20079:15:44 PM |
If there was no God: you wouldn't have a concious. There would be NO reason for right or wrong. These Matters deal with the eternal soul. We can't only be 5 senses because we'd be robots. If there were no God then why? We could say that murder was mean. But what about when you do something that doesn't really effect anyone else? Why does your concious kick in? Why is it there if there's no God? You might say that you gave yourself rules. But why? Doesn't it stand to reason that it's because it's evil, and God within you tries to warn you? Let's say you steal something. It didn't hurt anyone right? How come it's wrong then? Is it because "someone deserves money for what they're selling?" If there were no God, then we don't rightfully deserve anything. How about if you look at porn. Why do you feel guilty? I mean, the woman WANTED to do it, you WANT to do it. So why the concious? People do what they know to be wrong all the time and ignore their concious. Thus, we didn't create
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