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Do you believe evil has a right to existMy answer to this question truly lies in the definition of exist Websters Pocket Dictionary defines exist as to have actual being or reality Now in my mind this question gives evil a physical quality This physical quality implies that it can live or die I do not believe evil can do either Evil is not mortal nor immortal so in my mind it cannot exist Evil is a condition of mankind It is therefore part of society but evil is not a definable tangible thing with rights It is simply a condition that man creates on his own free will Evil does preside in our society and I suppose an argument could be made that mankind as a whole would be better off if evil was not present Unfortunately evil is present in our everyday lives and because it is not a physical material thing it cannot be killed or die offDo you believe yourself to be above the law at anytimeI will define law to mean governmental rules and regulations Man is placed in a contract with the government If the government does not fulfill its part of the contract then man is above the law The Declaration of Independence states That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it Every revolution is an example of the people putting themselves above the lawWould you be willing to do anything for loves sakeThis is a very deep question One must first examine the definition of love Is it true love Is it a passion Will the flame die out over time Now lend yourself to the meaning of anything Anything is a broad range It includes lying cheating and stealing It could include death I do not think this is something I am willing to commit myself to Even for loves
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