K. I guess my angle was most would know it was wrong until they read those quotes. But they’d have to do research to find them. And that very act of looking for them would mean they were keen enough an edge to know better. So the question itself seemed a dead end.
Of course if we took the other side of things and said they wouldn’t automatically know it was wrong? Well I guess it wouldn’t be heavy wrong until someone told them. It’d just stay on the light side of wrong. But then what favor are we doing anyone by telling them it’s wrong? :shrug:
If I saw an overweight person I’d figure they were a bit after the gluttony side of living. Just like if you saw me walking into walls you’d figure I was back overdoing it on the drink.
But what if I’d had a really, really bad day? Do I get to have less of a judgment later? Who knows for sure?
So is it wise to tell people they may not be in as bad a way as they normally would be because we’re pretty sure they had a bad enough break-up to let them sin just a little? Or that their sins are at a discount price this week only? I’m not sure that’s really helping.
And who can be confident enough to tell them that without knowing for sure? Is it Ok if we’re maybe sure? Mostly sure? Or absolutely sure? :shrug:
Still. I can see what you’re saying. I can see I was reading three sentences together (maybe even on purpose). Instead of just the one that mattered. So I’ll agree I wasn’t really helping.
And I’ll agree I’m maybe even still not helping.
Sorry about the side show.
I’ll get someone in here to clean this mess up in the morning. :rolleyes:
Peace Jaguar. Thanks for you patience in this.