It would be interesting to see if those without sin will throw the first stone, but that’s not the case, we all sin and this is the energy fools feed off of; they like the idea that everyone sins so that they can hide behind bullshit, but it is not about who will throw the first stone and who is without sin, it comes down to who can admit the facts, there are alot of fools who can’t admit that they are wrong — these are the prick clowns that, instead, try to make the wrong look good and the right look bad. These are the twisted dysfunctional retarded bitches out there having some garbage set up for you to accept; some shitty philosophy that they try to uphold to shield their sensitive tits. They can’t handle their bubbles being burst, and these are the clowns of society because instead of admitting the facts, they go out of their way to do stupid stuff instead of sticking with basic — it’s not rocket science, but stupidity would try anything out of desperation and in an attempt to escape or bring you to the level of their instability and insecurities.

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  1. Sin ,yeahโ€ฆ.nah

    why do we all need to bee
    Put in tacky boxes of sin
    Canโ€™t we just stick to right or wrong
    While we drink our bottles of gin
    Finding topics in a burning bin

    True or false have got us lost
    Up or down science canโ€™t tell
    There’s a line but where do we cross
    Jesus stood us up at the well
    We all caught the devil when he fell

    Stones are heavy when gathered
    so we all throw around our shit
    These days it’s far to heavy
    So it wonโ€™t go down as wit
    But it would be golden moonlit

    The elites wrote the books
    To convince us to judge ourselves
    Cause while we are navel gazing
    They will burn our bookshelves
    Colonialism makes us satan’s elves

    Long ago i believed in freedom
    Now i know itโ€™s but a sinfulled lie
    Like all the other foolish words
    bantered around to get people to die
    To stop the falling of a gods sky

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    1. LOL thanks for the comment/poem.

      All of these queations like why and where are very important and this is why history is so significant because it helps give us perspective about some of the very important things about life that may have been forgotten.

      It’s convenient to just throw our hands up and believe that life is just work and then die, but not everything is what it seems and this is why alot of people like myself seek to find out as much as we can concerning the true reality of why and who and how and where. Taking alot of things i have been exposed to over the years into consideration, these experiences have given me alot of reasons to be very compelled at finding out (albeit in my own way) alot more about life than what’s immediately presented infornt of us.

      I agree that the books can be corrupt and corrupted, on the other hand, there is also the issue of people believing in pure hear-say and going along with perceptions, not neccessarily based on any book per-say or religion; but culture and stigma, rather than trully trying to understand “reality” in its whole form, which is clearly a huge thing to undertake.

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      1. thanks for posting i enjoyed the read.๐Ÿ™‚

        i agree , the books were both real and a metaphor ,i like a double edged sword . we have so many words but even if we are not taught, so many words when boiled down are the same. ๐Ÿ™‚
        keep expressing your killa thoughts i look forward /backwards to reading ๐Ÿ™‚kindest regards bg

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        1. You are very welcome, it was a pleasure to lol.

          Yes the words often mean the same, it often the context that frames the broader picture ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

          Than you so much for your contributions and kind comments, and i agree, let us feel free to rewind or fast foward as we need to haha

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  2. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜Œ

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    1. love and respect my friend; thanks for your comment and for reading ๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ˜‡

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  3. I agree, we need to admit the facts that happen. There is no point of pretending to take the high road when we don’t belong there!

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    1. Absolutely Aintamuggle ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜‚, we all are imperfect but acknowlagihng our faults is facing reality.

      So nice to hear from you and to see what you have to say; you are always welcome here thanks for your contributions ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ˜‡


      1. I have been out traveling past week so just catching up on the reads on my feed! Always fun to read your posts :)

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        1. Thank you so much, that is very inspirational๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿ’™. I love reading you comments aswell and i hope your traveling was great haha๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ˜‚


  4. There’s a lot of passion in those words. Very strong – makes me think of politics, and it’s a great perspective that all politicians should adopt immediately.

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    1. hahaha, i’m sure there are lot of corrupt politicians, but this is about shady pricks in general ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚


      1. I actually didn’t say your words were in reference to politicians. I believe your words are strong enough that it should be something all politicians should adopt immediately in order to be in public office.

        As far as “shady pricks in general,” that’s a little trickier. Most of the shady ones don’t know their pricks too. And most of the pricks don’t care if they’re shady. And everyone I know, whether or not they live in a glass house, and whether or not they are without that sin, will bypass all the stones and toss a brick just to see how much damage they can inflict. The truth is, misery loves company, and when a person is down, they do have a tendency to kick someone to make them lower. It’s the ugly underbelly of the human mind. Sometimes it will come out in a normal day, but mostly it is limited to those that have some form of power over someone else, mob mentality situations, anything based in hatred or the feeling of loss, or “anonymous” with the keyboard. If you’re going to do it individually, you have to feel as though you have some type of power to get away with it (actual power, part of a group of like-minded people, severe hatred, a deep emotional response to loss/rejection), otherwise, a person’s natural inclination is to be a perfect picture of the model citizen and then go home and be the person they truly are, usually behind a keyboard.

        To stick with a theme: love they neighbor is not something people do easily. They will bake them a cake because they want to APPEAR as a good neighbor themselves, look at everything in another person’s house, then return home to tell everyone they know about the stuff that they saw that makes someone “less than” them. It’s an unfortunate reality.

        How many times have you passed an accident on the road at a certain place and time, and either you or someone else tisks and thinks “must have been a drunk driver,” although there is no evidence to prove it. People jump to that, even if they’ve never driven drunk because they themselves have never lost control of a vehicle, or had a blow-out because they’re so rare now. And few people just assume it was an ACTUAL accident. It’s always a zebra and never a horse.

        My sister was in an accident, she was T-boned. my mother was with her and rushed to the hospital. Luckily, my mother’s side was hit and the only “injury” she came away with was a pair of broken glasses. The car was totaled. The other driver said that my sister tried to blow the light and was too late. Some of the other cars said that too, although they said it was weird because she was stopped and no one would blow a red light after stopping and the other cars starting, but it’s exactly what she was doing. Because that’s something everyone understands. They were throwing stones at her because that is not what happened. My sister and my mother were in the car, and my sister, for the first time in her life (and you’d be surprised how rare it is until you think about it), sneezed really hard. Her foot slid off the brake directly onto the accelerator, and yes, she ended up in the intersection and got hit. No one thought “oh, clearly she sneezed,” they thought “clearly she decided to blow a red light after coming to a complete stop and waiting for the other cars to start moving in the other direction.”

        People, good people, who otherwise try very hard not to judge, ultimately throw stones due to snap-judgements that are based on what is most probable to their mind. They don’t mean to be pricks or shady, it just happens.

        But when you add any of the ingredients I listed, including the “anonymity”, they become cruel and feel have the power to act any way they want. Physical strength is another. If there is a potential for them to win and gain some level of power, there is a victim left behind. Of violence, emotional abuse, sexual abuse. There is always a victim, but that’s when the one who was a shady prick goes into overdrive to make themselves look good. That woman knows that what she did was wrong; that woman was hitting on me and never said “no;” that child is making it all up.

        My brain took this down a rabbit hole. I’m going to leave it because it’s my response, but it got long, and I’m sorry about that.

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