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Spirituality

Spirituality

  1. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    23 Jun '18 23:58 / 1 edit
    As long as you don't break the 10 commandments.

    Ideas?
  2. 24 Jun '18 05:57
    Originally posted by @karoly-aczel
    Ideas?
    Sincerity, integrity and principle are of more value than popularity.
  3. 24 Jun '18 10:05
    Originally posted by @karoly-aczel
    As long as you don't break the 10 commandments.

    Ideas?
    No one can keep the Ten Commandments.
  4. Subscriber BigDoggProblemonline
    The Advanced Mind
    24 Jun '18 10:06
    Originally posted by @karoly-aczel
    As long as you don't break the 10 commandments.

    Ideas?
    It depends. Is your wife hott?
  5. Standard member wolfgang59
    Infidel
    24 Jun '18 10:07
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Sincerity, integrity and principle are of more value than popularity.
    Not to the Donald.
  6. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    24 Jun '18 22:42
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Sincerity, integrity and principle are of more value than popularity.
    Yes.

    Every else's opinions are flying away in the breeze as long as one can live with their own conciense
  7. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    24 Jun '18 22:43
    Originally posted by @secondson
    No one can keep the Ten Commandments.
    Why not?
    Which ones are the hardest to keep?

    Anyone?
  8. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    24 Jun '18 22:45
    Originally posted by @bigdoggproblem
    It depends. Is your wife hott?
    Lol. Haven't had one in 5 years, but when I did my wife was much coveted. ._.
  9. Subscriber BigDoggProblemonline
    The Advanced Mind
    25 Jun '18 00:49
    Originally posted by @karoly-aczel
    Lol. Haven't had one in 5 years, but when I did my wife was much coveted. ._.
    pixx pls
  10. 25 Jun '18 01:33
    Originally posted by @karoly-aczel
    Why not?
    Which ones are the hardest to keep?

    Anyone?
    Not me of the ten, but difficult nonetheless:

    King James Bible
    And unto him that smiteth thee on the one cheek offer also the other; and him that taketh away thy cloke forbid not to take thy coat also.
  11. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    25 Jun '18 02:07
    Originally posted by @karoly-aczel
    As long as you don't break the 10 commandments.

    Ideas?
    Keep the Ten Commandments?

    You shall have no other Gods but me. Meaningless to a non-believer.

    You shall not make for yourself any idol, nor bow down to it or worship it.
    Meaningless to a non-believer.

    You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God. Meaningless to a non-believer.

    You shall remember and keep the Sabbath day holy. Meaningless to non-believers.

    Four meaningless rules for non-believers so far.

    Respect your father and mother. Fair enough, as long as they deserve it.

    You must not commit murder. Fair enough, although killing can be morally justifiable.

    You must not commit adultery. I comply with this one but what other people do is none of my business.

    You must not steal. Fair enough.

    You must not give false evidence against your neighbour. Lying is mostly immoral, fair enough.

    You must not be envious of your neighbour's goods. You shall not be envious of his house nor his wife, nor anything that belongs to your neighbour. People can be envious if they want to be, I think.
  12. 25 Jun '18 02:18
    Originally posted by @fmf
    Keep the Ten Commandments?

    You shall have no other Gods but me. Meaningless to a non-believer.

    You shall not make for yourself any idol, nor bow down to it or worship it.
    Meaningless to a non-believer.

    You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God. Meaningless to a non-believer.

    You shall remember and keep the Sabbath day holy. Meaningless t ...[text shortened]... nor anything that belongs to your neighbour. People can be envious if they want to be, I think.
    Envy, in general, can be perceived as a lack of appreciation for what one has.

    It can also lead to adultery, stealing, and materialism if it gets out of control.

    Hence the warning.
  13. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    25 Jun '18 02:22
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Envy, in general, can be perceived as a lack of appreciation for what one has.

    It can also lead to adultery, stealing, and materialism if it gets out of control.

    Hence the warning.
    Unless it leads to morally unsound acts, I don't see how envy - in and of itself - is morally unsound.
  14. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    25 Jun '18 02:27
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    It can also lead to adultery, stealing, and materialism if it gets out of control..
    I don't see how "materialism" is, in and of itself, morally unsound.
  15. 25 Jun '18 02:36
    Originally posted by @fmf
    I don't see how "materialism" is, in and of itself, morally unsound.
    When a person "does what they want", as the OP suggests, it likely could lead to a selfish lifestyle, which will inevitably bring pain, in some form, to one's self or to others.