Created by: brent on 1999-12-02 20:13:49|
Last modified by: brent on 1999-12-02 20:38:23
Summary: Stealing may be an expedient way to aquire wealth or an
object of desire, but it all comes back in the end and it
will be you who is stolen from.
We work hard for our homes and possessions, we work
and then enjoy the stuff we have worked for. When one
endeavers to aquire another's property through thievery,
hoping to short-cut earning for oneself, the right to
possess money or a thing, one short changes oneself of the
actual value of it. If you don't work for it, you don't
appreciate it as much because it isn't actually yours.
The guilt related to stealing, increases over time and
prevents one from living a happy and fulfilling life. Bad
karma is created when one steals from another, one
ultimately pays back with interest, that which was stolen...
...here, or there.
If you can't buy it or work for it, forget
it, we all get what we deserve in the end. When you steal
from others, you steal from yourself.