The love that leads us to evil is evil masquerading as love
Sep21

The love that leads us to evil is evil masquerading as love

Suppose in a war, an enemy soldier dresses like a defending soldier and enters into the defending army. If the defenders …

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If we lose faith in our potential to improve, we court cowardice and malice
Apr09

If we lose faith in our potential to improve, we court cowardice and malice

Suppose a patient loses faith in the potential of any treatment to cure them. They will become sicker and soon die. What applies…

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Those who fight their inner devils are the ultimate daredevils
Mar29

Those who fight their inner devils are the ultimate daredevils

Many people like to be daredevils. Wanting a sense of adventure and achievement, they dive into extreme sports. While those…

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The most damaging consequence of indulgence is nonchalance towards indulgence
Sep03

The most damaging consequence of indulgence is nonchalance towards indulgence

Suppose a butcher’s child kills an animal for the first time. Initially, his hand and heart may tremble: “How can I kill?”…

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The enemy that is not recognized can’t be resisted
Mar03

The enemy that is not recognized can’t be resisted

During a war, a spy who penetrates into a defending army can wreak havoc from within, for the defenders won’t even know …

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To succumb to temptation is not just immoral – it is also irresponsible
Jan27

To succumb to temptation is not just immoral – it is also irresponsible

Suppose a pilot drinks, and drinks excessively, before flying a plane. Even if some people don’t consider drinking immoral,…

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