Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Evil1220, Sep 10, 2019.
If my life of tenderizing meats keep going worse #1 might be lust huehue
man i wonder why so many lazy people here
That's the secret to controlling your anger, in other words, a method to help you overcome Wrath. Just know this, that method is NOT as easy or as simple as it sounds. As for not really showing it, that means you're masking your anger. This is usually done as a method to suppress your emotions. Yes, this isn't just for controlling anger, it's for controlling all of your emotions and this goes more along the lines of Pride rather than Wrath. You know, it's like you're trying to learn to control yourself completely, so as to always stay on top of the situation.
this is one of my laife goals
I have superiority complex kek.
Hmm...so should I change it to top pride and put wrath last?
Hard to be exact but...
Gluttony and Sloth at the top...
Lust, Envy and Greed in the middle...
Pride and Wrath at the bottom...
But... Are any of these "sins" actually bad?
I'm the Goat's Sin of Lust, Fornicatio Luxuria...*raising right hand to the air while holding black crosier with head of a goat*
I don't really have envy in my life, seriously
By the way,
I’ll start the ranking process to determine everyone’s EVIL rank around Saturday/Sunday (did you think I was kidding when I said I wanted to rank you all?).
It’s a “cough” non-biased/influenced “cough” ranking process, so no complaints ;p (Honestly though, i do have a put together list of what sins are considered worse than others, which was made before this. However...... custom entries will go through opinion based procedures )
Though they're called sins, they're actually the 7 most basic desires of the human nature. Either too much or too little of any of these sins would actually be bad for you. They're called deadly sins because they'll easily lead you to your or someone else's death.
Try this example: Too much Gluttony could lead you to food poisoning, alcoholism, drug abuse etc. while too little would lead to malnutrition, starvation etc. So you can't live with them or without them...
In reality, what's considered a sin here is not just having them, because we all already do, it's a part of who we are, the "sin" here is letting yourself drown in them. That's why people don't teach you get rid of or avoid these "sins" and instead, they teach you to control them. Was this useful?
2. Wrath (i was a bit unsure about these two, they are almost the same rate for me tbh)
6. Pride (yea...don't have that much pride tbh)
So when is judgment coming?
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