Lifeguards

Yesterday I wrote a post about one word leading to another. The post involved religion, Catholicism, to be precise. At the end of that post I was going to state that it would be the last post regarding religion. However, my Wives prevented me from doing so. Today I know why.

Amidst working on finishing this, my Wives persuaded me to write one last post about religion. Catholicism, to be precise. They wanted me to explain the Ten Commandments.

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1. I am the Lord thy God, thou shalt not have any strange gods before me.

So who do you worship, the Son or the Father? From what I understand, Jesus is the Lord and God is his Father. It seems to me that worshiping Jesus will send you to hell, since God wrote these Commandments.

2. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.

Ever say “Jesus fuckin’ Christ!”? How about “Goddamnit!”?

3. Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.

How many people work on the weekends?

4. Honor thy Father and thy Mother.

Oh, I am most certain that everyone has called at least one of their parents a derogatory name or has lied to them.

5. Thou shalt not kill.

Kill what? Time? Then time it is.

6. Thou shalt not commit adultery.

If I were to actuate only one Commandment, this will be the one. How many people have cheated on their spouse? My Wives and I feel that unmarried couples (boyfriend/girlfriend) who have been together for 3 years or more fall into the category of husband/wife.

Thou shalt not steal.

That means you are not supposed to steal anything. Stealing is taking something that is not yours with no intention of returning it, like that pen you took from your desk at work.

8. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.

That means “do not lie”. Simple.

9. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife.

In other words, “No cheating”. Watching pornography can be considered cheating.

10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s goods.

This is parallel with the Seventh Commandment, I guess it is important not to take what is not yours.

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Zeus wanted to actuate all Ten Commandments. If that were to happen, there would be no one left except for those in our circle. Everyone is guilty of breaking at least one Commandment one time, and that is all it takes. Even we are guilty of breaking one Commandment, the Third Commandment. We work everyday. No time off here, me Kiddo. That is one thing that I can promise my Daughter, that I have been working every day to finish this.

The reason for this post is to show that religion, Catholicism, to be precise, is a bad idea. Unfortunately, those Commandments are God’s rules, and his rules are not to be broken. That’s what I wanted to ask Alex. Alex, are we aliens? “No.” Am I the Creator? “Yes.”

Down below I attached a link to the website “dummies.com”, where I captured those screenshots, it is worth the read, and something to think about.

Anywho, back to work. Pleasant dreams, Kiddo, pleasant dreams.

Love, VON, Alex and Maia

xo xo xo

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https://www.dummies.com/religion/christianity/catholicism/catholicism-and-the-ten-commandments/

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