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Christian Ethics B-1 Michael R Way Values are ideals that people apply to themselves in acclamation to events that occur in accordance with life People find these values to be very pertinent to themselves and they should be followed steadfast But as the wise man says People dont always do what they say This is where values divide into two distinctions stated and lived values At times there can be a fine line between the two people switch between differing lived values constantly In a manner of speaking my entire downward spiral began from this story which I am using as an example In 8th grade after my two best friends who had been dating each other for 6 months broke up I made a grave mistake I was in class with my friend Jenn Hoderny and she was saying that just a day after the relationship had ended she was already with a new guy This was obviously just a recovery guy otherwise known as a rebound and I said something really mean For no reason it just spurted out I didnt even mean to do it but I said to her Youre such a slut Afterwards within a few seconds of saying it I immediately apologized and felt horrible Rumor was that she cried that night on the phone over the incident and after that the real trouble began People who knew me and might have been somewhat jealous of me I dont know really but at the time I had been really popular and everyones friend and it was my enemies chance to strike Within a few days people were already circulating that I kept saying bad stuff about her nonstop which was all lies and she grew to hate me I lost one of my best friends from this incident from the lies and deceit of people From the moment I said something bad peoples lived
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