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Think over today, I don’t recall sinning at all. I grew up thinking that was impossible. It’s not.
the more you focus on details, the harder it is to see the big picture. the more rational you are, the harder it is to be empathetic. the more driven you are, the less you see your friends. the more open-minded you are, the less conviction you have. the more the harder you work, the more you drink.
is “sin” a collection of disallowed actions, or is the name given to an essential part of the human condition – the fact that good aspects of ourselves attack each other, vying for competition. the decisions we make are nearly always the lesser of two evils, and hence the evil (ie, sin) is an inevitability.
Damn. Looks like you blew the humility thing. Oh well, one sin’s not too bad is it?
it’s not un-humble if it’s true
…besides, he did say that he didn’t ‘recall’ sinning.
As we are not perfect, neither is our ability to recollect.
but good on you bro.
I recall Paul pointing to his own life as an example for others. Paul was a model of humility and service.
I hate that I sin – it sux0r.
I think maybe it’s better to say that today, I fulfilled the law. But your way of putting the point is more…pointed.
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