It's because certain individuals allow themselves to be corrupted. It also depends on how the power is obtained (you can't get corrupt off of charitable donations).
by days leaper 7 years ago
Why does God or is it Life; help some but test others?Is it God? Or have we chosen certain tests and so on related to what we thought we needed to learn?
by ptosis 4 years ago
Why does Obama lie so blatantly?Austria holds plane of Bolivia president Evo Morales at Vienna airport for several hours at US request to search for Edward Snowden. Didn't Obama say? "won't engage in wheeling and dealing to get NSA leaker Snowden extradited to US"This is on top of...
by Angela Michelle Schultz 22 months ago
If they truly believe that there is no God, why does it matter to them that I do believe?I have written online Christian articles. Those who comment on my Christian writings are usually, 75% Christians, 25% atheists. I appreciate all the comments, but what I find interesting is how hard some of the...
by Siny J 5 years ago
Why does God choose some and reject others?
by John Connor 5 years ago
Why does "They" have so much authority?If "they said that or "they" said you should not do that; and/or "they" said why even try to do that? Who are "they" and why do "they" have so much authority?
by Patricia Scott 6 years ago
If you help someone in need, do you tell others?You perform a charitable act. Do you then feel the need to tell others you have done so?
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