When confronted with temptation will your gut influence you to do the right thing and why?
Yes, I think my gut influence will influence me to do the right thing, because it knows doing the wrong thing isn't good, and the gut influence knows that doing something that iisn't good is wrong, and it wants me to do the right thing.
Ask yourself if you do it, what good or bad consequences you will received. We are all brought up by our parents to know what is right and wrong. We know that doing the wrong thing will have its consequences. So ask yourself will it be harmful to others or hurt someone.
If yes, then don't do it.
Yes, for the most part........
the very term " gut " means instinct.............when we have no experience to draw upon, no time to weigh the consquences, when we do not fully understand the dilema.................
all we have is our " gut" or instinct..............when I have no other thing ( and often even when I do )............I owe every single thing to my " gut" or instinct.
Those things have served me well in the past...................I see no reason for letting education get in the way of them. Do you?
When I'm confronted with temptation, I usually do something wrong... and,....THERE'S NOT A DARN THING I CAN DO ABOUT IT!!!!!!
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