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Does it realy matter?

By rrgilmore_2001 ·
I think things should matter and some shoukd not.
I agree with a background check, but I do not agree with what matters. What matters is imbesilment, theft, and violence. What do you think matters.
Do you think it is right to hold the past of a person agianst them, Should a person be punished more than once for a crime?
If you think turning someone down because of there
record is not punishment,it is punishment comes in many forms.
Why should a highly quallified person be turned down for the job if they have a drug conviction?
What does it matter misdemeanor or fellonie you still got in trouble.
I just don't get it.
Where is the logic behind it.

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people are what they make themselves

by rkliwon In reply to Does it realy matter?

nobody knows the real answer to your question. maybe you should see a philosepher. Or just take your bible to bed with you. As jesus said: let the first man to cast a stone be the one without sin.
Judging others by their mistakes is never right; one should always take in consideration the potential of that person.
But your past does matter, because it is the basis of your present and future. People do not believe in what you say, but more in what you do. And since nobody knows what you doingtoday or going to do in the future. That's why people tend to look at your past.
Therefor do your best to keep yourself and your past clean and thereby your present in good shape and your future promising...

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