Day 26: 30 Days Of Blogging Honesty And One Dare Or Catch Me If You Can

Five days to go! I can’t believe how fast this has all gone down. Once the last day is up, I know I will go back to my archives and read all my answers again to get to know me better. Does that sound silly? Idk, I’m really crazy.

Anyway, the question for today is rather hard for me to answer because I’m so conscientious it is almost annoying.

Day 26 β€” I would break the law to save a loved one if…

At first, I thought I will not break the law even to save a loved one. This is my goody two shoes self speaking. I really hate people breaking the law because it bastardizes it. Why call it law then?

But then I figured I might break the law to save a loved one if there is clear injustice.Β For example, if a loved one of mine is criminally touched and the person who did it gets away with it, I might consider doing something about it. I am not exactly sure if I can commit crime like murder because I hate crime, in fact I do not even like reading about it in books, but if it can deliver justice (if it can be called that), then maybe I will consider doing it.

Besides, I have always been good, why not be bad for a cause right? πŸ˜†

Photo taken from here.

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19 thoughts on “Day 26: 30 Days Of Blogging Honesty And One Dare Or Catch Me If You Can

  1. I actually envy those who can get away with not paying their taxes. If I was delinquent enough, I would break tax laws with a huge grin.

    • i think people skip on tax because they believe taxes do not fulfill their purpose. it has all to do with the culture of corruption and distrust we have here.

  2. i may break the law of the land for a loved one i guess as long as i’m not breaking the ultimate law (10 commandments).

    per your question as to how i managed to allow wordpress comments on my blogspot:

    1. go back to old blogger interface. no matter how i make sure i allowed everyone with a blog on the new interface, it wouldn’t take it.

    2. make changes in the SETTINGS tab under COMMENTS. by choosing REGISTERED USERS – INCLUDES OPEN ID.

    3. save changes.

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