Morality may be relativized, but the consequences of immoral indulgence can’t be relativized
Aug30

Morality may be relativized, but the consequences of immoral indulgence can’t be relativized

Today’s culture revels in moral relativism. People reject the existence of objective moral principles; they argue …

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What is craved within gets carved within
Jun26

What is craved within gets carved within

We sometimes feel cravings for things that we would normally never indulge in real life. Yet we entertain those cravings…

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Indiscriminate indulgence makes the impulsive compulsive 
Jun16

Indiscriminate indulgence makes the impulsive compulsive 

No one desires to become an addict. When people drink, they usually want to have a good time with their friends. However, …

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Even if we win the rat race, we still remain rats
Feb20

Even if we win the rat race, we still remain rats

Our materialistic society sets before us worldly goals such as sensations, relations, positions or possessions. Because…

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Our free will is never lost, but it is constricted by misuse
Dec13

Our free will is never lost, but it is constricted by misuse

“Are addicts forced to indulge in their addiction? Have they lost their free will?” Such questions often confront …

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Just because we can’t live without something doesn’t mean that we can live with it
Mar29

Just because we can’t live without something doesn’t mean that we can live with it

Sometimes people may have some addiction such as alcoholism that they feel that they can’t live without. But their feeling…

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