[genie in the bottle/ part 2]
Imagine you are given 100 wishes. I may not know what is the first wish that you will make, but I know what the last wish is. You would want to wish that the 100 wishes would be taken back.
That is taking into consideration 2 defined assumptions:
1) You even managed to last till the 100th wish
2) I know what you are thinking. NO, using the last wish to wish for another 100 wishes is not valid. (I used to laugh at Aladdin’s stupidity as well) Anyway, even if that was your last wish, the eventual final one will still be that of my prediction. Trust me.
Just watched ‘Click’ recently, and if you would be kind enough to follow my observaton and trail of thought, you will understand my statement. Ever realized that all wishy movies are moral movies? Aladdin, Bedazzled, Click etc. The wishes made by the wisher often cause the demise of the own wisher. Its an irony causes the wishes were actually intended to make life better for the indiviual. The reason is because along with fulfillment of the wishes, they come along with unforeseen circumstances that the particular individual did not anticipate. This is best illustrated in the movie of ‘The Butterfly Effect’.
“It has been said that something as small as the flap of a butterfly’s wings can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world.”-Chaos Theory
Basically, every action leads to consequences whether you choose to believe it or not. We may ignore it, but we can never escape it. If we were to extrapolate our life 10, 20 years down the road and was able to see into the ENTIRE futuristic effects of our present sin, I doubt anyone will logically choose to sin. (Thats why prophets are so blessed and cursed at the same time.) Yet we are such blind, near sighted people that we focus on temporal gains in exchange for eternal losses. For those that already have the knowledge of what sin can do to destroy your life yet chooses to ignore it, how bleak is your future.
For there is no sin greater then that of a conscious sin.