The forbidden fruit

@magica (3710)
May 11, 2007 10:46pm CST
No, this is not a Bible discussion. Let us talk about all theese sweet,but forbidden fruits in our life. Do you often break the rules? Do you think that sometimes the forbidden things are better then allowed ones? Share with me your "sins", the craziest things you have done and what were forbidden for you to do:-) Have a nice day:-)
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@wolves69 (756)
• United States
12 May 07
Very philosophical topic Magica. I won't call myself a saint, but I did learn at an early age that there are usually logical reasons why things are forbidden. If you "break/bend" the rules, you then have to be willing to pay the consequences what ever they might be: if its cheating, the consequence may be a pregnancy; if its stealing then the consequences might be jail. As a kid, I tried to bend and break most rules within reason, and learned the hard way (at least to me), to live within certain boundaries. Since nobody is perfect, I'd say the worst forbidden thing I have done in many years was to make a furniture purchase without the missus agreeing. It wasn't the cost (it was on sale), but not the inclusion of agreement. Every once in a while I still buy things without approval...but I know its a problem, so I'm trying to work it. LOL, I have too many nuances in my life to worry about partaking of forbidden fruit.
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@Lydia1901 (16353)
• United States
17 May 07
I am sure that I have done things that were forbidden and I think that is what makes one go after it.
@cassidy22 (2975)
• United States
17 May 07
I think I tend to follow the rules. Usually people breaking the rules are looking for the easy way out. I tend to think that working hard, earning what you have, and treating people well get you farther than breaking the rules. And often, breaking the rules means that things get taken away from you when you get caught. So I try to follow the straight and narrow, and it's lead to less heart ache for me in the long run.