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The book written by Faulkner An Odor of Verbena begins with reading The Coke on Littleton a law book which brings about a different law setting One law in the book Who live by the sword dies by the sword dies by the sword is referenced in the commentary words that Jesus said to companion who cut off the ear of a servant of high priest The principle read from the bible thou shalt not kill actually went further have not learned I believe that many people spend their entire lives seeking to know the laws or rules of the I live by 3 laws Experience life follow the bible Invest wisely Throughout life individuals experience many things such as growing up going through many changes All in which bring about knowledge that helps to enhance the venture through life Experience is the foundation for a great future I believe in the laws in which the bible has laid upon us the Ten Commandments The Universe and everything in it has three aspects Spirit Body and Mind Each of these aspects has its own rules The better we understand these rules the easier it will be for us to grow to heal and to have a good time Spirit has one rule only Thats it No conditions no shoulds no limits And no avoiding it The Body only has two rules Seek pleasure and Avoid pain Since the way to do this is not always clear under all circumstances the Body will sometimes move toward pain in order to experience some associated sensory or emotional pleasure This would be like climbing a mountain for the pleasure of the view working out for the energy benefit or undergoing surgery to get well Sometimes pleasure does not seem to be an option in which case the Body will try to move toward the least available pain We
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