I've been looking back at this blog and I've been thinking about the effect of the seven sins in my life. And I have to admit, the sins have played a rather big role in my life. I mean, some of the sins have been of little problem for me to resolve, while others have been huge, annoying moral dilemmas for me to deal with, both physically and mentally.
Now, for those of you who may not know what the hell I'm talking about right now, I'm talking about the seven deadly sins: Pride, Lust, Greed, Wrath, Envy, Gluttony and Sloth. According to popular (and probably religious) belief, these seven sins are the sins that have been the "base" of every sin a human has committed (that probably could've been phrased better, but you get the idea).
In this post, I'll be covering the seven sins' effect on yours truly. Although I would describe myself as the rather "monotonous, blank, silent" type, I have NO problem admitting that I too, have a problem when it comes to being a perfect, pure, unstained lamb of the Lord. Trust me, I ain't no saint. I am FAR from pure. I don't exactly have the biggest faith (can faith even be measured in size? Ah well, you get what I'm trying to say) in the general community, because there are some irresistibly blasphemous questions about how the world was truly made and crap like that (evolution, the Big Bang theory (not the show, the actual theory), and other God-defying theories about life).
I'm not trying to defy the Father and his teachings or whatever, but I also don't want to sound like those overzealous dudes who stood on the Creationist side on the debate on Creation VS Evolution that went down several decades ago (or centuries. Ah, screw it. Too lazy to search up the exact date, but you get the idea, at least). I mean, yeah, I know that you Creationists out there really stand by your virtues about God and stuff like that, and I totally respect that (and don't hate on me guys, I really meant that. I wasn't being sarcastic. Word of honor).
Sometimes I guess believing in God is something that can make you a bit of an outsider, whether you may like it or not. I also respect the fact that you Creationists out there believe in the Lord's teachings even though it may collide with logic (take Noah's Ark, for instance. Some of the Ark's calculations about its size may not exactly fit the entire population of animals that were roaming the Earth at the time, but believers out there hold on to that fact. Maybe that's one part that I do not fully comprehend/understand yet).
I have mixed thoughts about all these theologies about how the Earth was made, how humans were made, a lot of things (yeah, there are a lot of things that an introvert can do in his spare time, isolated from the rest of the general community) that are a common debate nowadays. For instance, I like to think that God TRIGGERED the Big Bang that made the universe, that Adam and Eve was- Um, never mind, forget I ever said that. Don't want an endless wave of hating running at me. The point is, I have a lot of messed up (the level of "messed up" can vary on the theory) theories about the universe, some that a lot of you will most likely hate me for if I ever told you. So yeah, some things ARE better kept under wraps than known to the public...
We'll talk more about the topic next time, when I get the time. For now, peace out.