Why? Why take something that is not yours? Especially if it’s crappy! I recently had my digital camera, sunglasses, and prescription medicine stolen from my purse. (*side note-I am a college senior, and spell check just had to autocorrect the word prescription for me. Fail*) Anyways, all of these material items are replaceable, and in the long run, really not that important. I think what upset me most was the violation of privacy. Someone went through my things. Someone went in my purse and opened my medicine bag and searched through all of my medicines and took some. Someone now has my camera with my memory card and my pictures. Someone has my sunglasses. I literally was shaking with anger when I found out these things were gone. I guess I just don’t understand the concept of taking something that isn’t yours…The only thing I can smile about in this situation is that the stupid idiot probably didn’t even realize that the camera’s screen is cracked and the flash doesn’t work, and you can’t see out of the right lens of the sunglasses. So ha! That’s what you get for taking something that doesn’t belong to you! I hope the stinky stealer is high off of my meds, wearing those stupid scratched sunglass, trying to figure out how to get the camera to work!
Straight from the Bible, people:
Men belittle the act of stealing, calling it instinct. In reality, men must know that to take anything they do not come by justly, is against My Will. They must be aware that to steal drains them of purity. Tell them, Moses, no man will steal Heaven, for I will stand in Judgment and no man will be allowed Here until reparation is made, whether the stealing be of material things, any part of man, or the manner in which men walk."