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What If

I can't find the rhyme in all my reason
I've lost sense of time and all seasons
I feel I've been beaten down
By the words of men who have no grounds
I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom
When your ax has cut the roots that feed them
Forked tongues in bitter mouths
Can drive a man to bleed from inside out

What if you did?
What if you lied?
What if I avenge?
What if eye for an eye?

I've seen the wicked fruit of your vine
Destroy the man who lacks a strong mind
Human pride sings a vengeful song
Inspired by the times you've been walked on
My stage is shared by many millions
Who lift their hands up high because they feel this
We are one We are strong
The more you hold us down the more we press on

What if you did?
What if you lied?
What if I avenge?
What if eye for an eye?

I know I can't hold the hate inside my mind
'Cause what consumes your thoughts controls your

So I'll just ask a question
What if?
What if your words could be judged like a crime?

"Prohibition will work great injury to the cause of Temperance. It is a species of intemperance within itself, for it attempts to control a man's appetite by legislation and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A prohibition law strikes at the very principles upon which our government was founded."
-Abraham Lincoln

"We must not blindly add to the body count and the terrible cost of the War on Drugs, only to learn from another Robert McNamara 30 years from now that what we've been doing is, 'wrong, terribly wrong.'" Walter Cronkite - 1995

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Quick Tips For Creating A Good Injustice Definition Essay

A definition essay will generally require you to produce an academic paper that outlines and defines a particular word, term, phrase or concept.

Deciding what approach to take

Generally, when it comes to writing a definition paper, you can approach the topic from a variety of different angles. For example, it will be possible to write a simple, short definition of injustice; however, you may wish to look at the idea of injustice from a particular angle. For example, you may wish to look at a particular topic that you feel is unjust, and discuss this as part of your definition.

In fact, justice can be looked at in many different ways. For example, you can have natural justice and, likewise, injustice. Alternatively, it is possible for injustice to occur at school, in the workplace, or in a variety of other situations.

Equally, when discussing injustice, the legal system can be a great place to start your definition. Essentially, the legal system is aimed at ensuring that justice is served and, therefore, you may wish to look at any injustices that occur when the legal system fails.

Carrying out any research

Whilst you might have some ideas about how you wish to approach your paper, it can be a good idea to carry out some research in order to improve upon any thoughts that you may already have had. In fact, if you need to include any real life situations, then it is useful to have accurate facts, so as to really backup any points that you are trying to make when defining injustice.

Checking what you have written

It is always important to check over any work once you have written it. There are a variety of different things that you should look out for when checking your work. For example, it is important that you proofread and edit the work in order to find any spelling or grammatical errors; equally, if you have been asked to format the work according to any specific instructions, then you should check that these instructions have been followed.

Another important thing to be aware of when checking your work is to ensure that any facts are accurate and that the content is written in a logical way and make sense.

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"Timothy, guard what has been entrusted to your care. Turn away from godless chatter and the opposing ideas of what is falsely called knowledge."- Paul, I Timothy 6:20.

New Scofield Reference Note to I Timothy 6:20
Permission for use granted by Oxford University Press.

Truth cannot contradict the Bible, since God, who knows all things, kept the writers of the Bible from error.

If theories that rest upon mere speculation or insufficient evidence are presented as fact, in any area of knowledge, e.g. in religion, philosophy, science, etc., they deserve the description that the apostle gives here: "what is falsely called knowledge," from which they are to "turn away". - Note to I Timothy 6:20, They Holy Bible, New Scofield Study System NIV, 1984 Edition, C.I. Scofield, Oxford University Press.

Genesis 1:11-13

Then God said, "Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds." And it was so. The land produced vegetation: plants bearing seed according to their kinds and trees bearing fruit with seed in it according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good. And there was evening, and there was morning--the third day.

I Timothy 4:4 - "For everything God created is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving." - Paul

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