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Consequences Avoidable if Bad Acting is Avoided

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 27, 2021 at 15:35

How many times does it appear that what may be categorized as random acts of malicious intent gone awry, are in actuality, circumstantial demonstrations that unintended consequences of judgement are not always meted out in the timing expected; that bad actors are always certain to be caught, sometimes when it is the least expected. What is the lesson here? Be sure that being caught eventually happens and the results could be avoided if thoughts of malevolence were turned away in the first place.
Seek peace first and turn away desires of hatred in order to avoid bad choices that will cost in every sense.

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