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    I try to respect the Ten Commandments. But I know I have fallen short in doing so.
    Not all in life is at it appears to be.

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    Yes .

    No .


    One has to read the bible analytically and have some knowledge of Astonomy .

    It is almost everywhere the twelve occuring as number ,
    so why they are just ten commands , and not twelve ?
    Are two constellations excluded , and do not need commandments ?

    Since Ruben is the Firstborn of Jacob , and the First Commandment claims ,
    that one should not have a God beside , then this fact would suggest , that
    The Spring Constellation pouring melting water Pisces could be the God .


    Furthermore , there are two versions of the Ten Commands , since Moses had broken
    the slabs of stone encarved with the first version .
    I remember these two versions differ just slightly , as the first version
    "You shall not want your neighbour's house"
    being one sentence , followed by the last command about moveable possessions .
    This had indicated to me , that there had been struggle between Aaron
    and Moses , and Moses transferred the Astrologycal House into Earthern Ownership .

    But each translation of the Bilbe differs at least slightly in details ,
    indicating , that the translators interpreted the content of the bible differently , or tried to
    adjust it to the mainstream interpretion , succumbing , to gain sales .
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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    The Commandments I have started to disresprect are about honouring parents .

    I have tried to respect both my parents ,
    but trying to keep calm about a hateful mother
    and a cheating father did not brought me anywhere .

    Today I despise both .

    Our Social Welfare Society also feeds the parents , the pensioneers ,
    who keep voting the political parties , that destroy the future of many younger German people .
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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    The Holyness of the Sabbath as day off is completely gone as of today's times .

    There are many services available twenty-four hours each day of the week .

    In former times it were probably just hospitals , who needed a workforce that
    did not rest on the recreation day ,
    farmers ,
    public transport ,
    then restaurants have followed ,
    then bakeries ,
    and of today , there is no real Sunday anymore .


    It is difficult to "sell" the Fourth Commandment as of today ,
    and our Western Societies may vanish because of all possible reasons ,
    but highly likely not , because of the ignorance of the Sunday or Saturday .
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin View Post
    I've not respected commandment ten a few times. I was envious of what the neighbour had and wanted to have it too.
    I am not sure , if Envy would mean the same as Evil Eye and or Jealousness .

    The Ten Commandments are described twice in Exodus 20+ and a second time in
    Deuteronomy 5 .

    Deuteronomy 6 has this sentence :
    15(For the LORD thy God is a jealous God among you)

    lest the anger of the LORD thy God be kindled against thee,
    and destroy thee from off the face of the earth.
    https://biblehub.com/deuteronomy/6.htm


    People , who are jealous on neighbour's possessions , and can't have it too ,
    since living in a poor economy , that does not produce much to deliver
    a large quantity of a product to the market , so they are able to afford the neighbour's
    possessions , must then either live on in depression , melancholy , masochism ;
    or steal the product from the neighbour or elsewhere ; or prevent the neighbour
    to access the product he owns ; or hide it away from the eyes and mind ;
    or destroy that product .


    Also here , there is the possibillity , that the "God" , or Yahwe or Jeshurun , of the Old Testament
    is simply a Zodiac Sign , which then would be "racist" , since the borders of the Twelve Constellations
    are kind of fixed frontiers , not to be crossed .
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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