“You have to take risks. We will only understand the miracle of life fully when we allow the unexpected to happen” – Paulo Coelho

Is Sin the Enemy? I’m not talking about sinning against a religion, but sinning against the normality of the world. Making the right decisions. Doing what you feel is right. Not following suit. Branching out.

What is Sin? Sin can be described as an action that goes against what is expected. Maybe not everything that is viewed as a “sin against the world” is bad.

Maybe we need to look at things from a different perspective

If you only think of yourself, you’ll only destroy yourself

– Kambei Shimada

Thinking outside the box and in a different mindset is the only way that life moves on.

If Samuel Morse, who created the telegraph in the 1830’s hadn’t thought about a new way to send messages, and expand the bandwidth of communication at the time, the first telephone and television would have never been invented when it did, all because of the telegraph. In the same manner, it may be good for people to make change and explore societal issues, though they may not be the most favorable or noticeable at the time. 

The potter’s wheel, once set in motion, turns for a long time” – Siddhartha

Many people may view change, or pushing boundaries, as dangerous, because in the process of making change, things can happen, and mistakes can be made. Some may believe just because sin moves things forward, it doesn’t mean it should happen.

Making Changes Comes With Cost

Though this may sound selfish, we have to accept that some will sacrifice for the benefit of the later generations, making things better than they were before. 

“It was like wiping a really steamy window” – RadioLab 9-Volt Nirvana Podcast

Just give it a try. Change it up a little. Make changes, and go against the norm, because who knows, in the end, those changes might inspire others. 

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