The two words contradict each other and yet we find a way to sweeten what is rather bitter.

We must therefore define what sin is and see how it can be softened.
A sin is a conscious and voluntary transgression of the divine law of religious imperatives. So we commit a sin.

This definition must be understood as having a divine character.
I will try to subtract this character because I prefer the human than the divine because we are not all influenced by a certain god.

 We all know the expression youthful sin or sinfulness, and in this case the sin would not deserve a serious punishment.
A youthful sin is a fault attributable to the inexperience of youth, while a sin of indulgence is a little indulgence to which we easily give in.

We all know the famous line found in the Gospel according to Saint John, "Let him who is without sin among you cast the first stone".
Many before me dealt with this subject, we should have thought that "too much talk, certain sin" and that is why we must avoid being talkative and verbose.
It is in the Sacrament of Reconciliation that God forgives our sins. He erases them and yet sin leaves a negative effect on the way we think and act.

Religions have therefore become involved because the Koran teaches us that "Whoever commits a sin, commits it against himself", whereas Christianity, according to Anatole France, has done much for love by making it a sin. As for the Talmud, it teaches us that if someone can defile himself by sin, God makes it easy for him. The same God helps the one who wants to walk in the right way.

And now what will the world say about this notion?
Some will say that the great sin of the world is the refusal of the invisible. I am talking about God of course. While for others, the beautiful sin of the world is that of the spirit, because it is indeed from it that everything comes. But it seems that for the majority of the world, the sin of the flesh is the most abominable, that this crime is the greatest of all and that it takes two to commit it.

How long will we continue to think like this?
How many of us deny our sin, even if it were only one. Do they really seek redemption in life? Shakespeare said: "I am not so much a sinner as a victim of sin.

Closer to home, let's imagine this person enjoying the delight of this ice cream on a hot day. Is this a sin? Or is it rather a sweet sin?
And to think that some will think that we should not enjoy every pleasure.
Why not?

I fear that stupidity outweighs sin. 

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