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  • Kelsey Marie

    "I am the law, and the law is not mocked" -- interesting article about love, the law, justice, and mercy in our every day lives.

  • EarthyMamaGoods

    I am the Law, and the Law is not Mocked. "Those who see only in black and white are often both quick to judge, and judge harshly. ...thought of how sometimes our Mormon culture can lead to a congregation filled with Javerts. Parents kick out their own children because they are gay. Members threaten other members with violence if they wear pants to church. It is not an exaggeration to say that this attitude can lead to pain, suffering, misery, divorce, and even death."

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