As a Christian these are my Twelve Rules for Life - Bible Talk

As a Christian these are my Twelve Rules for Life - Bible Talk

1st Rule - Avoid Greed

2nd Rule - Avoid Immaturity

3rd Rule - Avoid Vanity

4th Rule - Avoid Mockery

5th Rule - Avoid Hatred

6th Rule - Avoid Laziness

7th Rule - Avoid Perversion

8th Rule - Avoid Pride

9th Rule - Avoid Dishonesty

10th Rule - Avoid Jealousy

11th Rule - Avoid Danger

12th Rule - Avoid Fantasizing

As a Christian these are my Twelve Rules for Life - Bible Talk
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  • Jjpayne
    I agree with nearly all except 12, mainly because I partly like the fantasy genre but I have also found that dreaming can lead to greater and bigger things to come true in reality like walt disney world for example. Walt disney fantasized of a place he could take his daughters where he could have fun too and that's how walt disney world was born
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    Is this still revelant?
    • Jjpayne

      Thank you for the mho 😊

  • Marco10
    I agree with you but can you elaborate on the last one?
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    Is this still revelant?
    • Fantasy isn't always bad because sometimes reading poetry or published memoirs is enriching but I'm referring to counter productive fantasizes - like pretending your a celebrity or spending 4 hours in the mirror before leaving the house so you can pretend your a fashion icon

    • Marco10

      Oh okay makes sense

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  • J2ohhhhh
    But Jesus said be like children. How's avoiding immaturity legit?
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    • I'm not referring to social simplicity or social ignorance in my definition of immaturity but immaturity hear means the refusal to accept that sometimes responsibility or character involves sacrifice

  • OddBeMe
    If we could all be perfect there would be no need for a god. But you’ll all break these rules. Multiple times.
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    • I don't claim to keep them perfectly but these are goals we can strive towards to make ourselves better - goals are worthless after they've been reached but these goals can keep you busy for a lifetime

  • cnhinton
    You don't need to believe in a fictional being to know how to live a good life.

    Sure religion can build a stronger foundation for moral behavior, but the Bible has passages that have been condoned by slave owners and racists.

    Exodus 21 says you can beat up your slave as long as he doesn't die.
  • red_knight
    Where's lust?
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  • AlexDeLarge
    Why not add avoid fun
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