DRINKING AND SMOKING BIGGER SINS?

Why is drinking and smoking considered the bigger sins?

Asked By: IMAGINATIONATWORK 36-40  31 minutes ago

Posted by Me Sep 1st, 2013 at 8:59PM

Because they cause harm to users and also to society.
Almost all countries prohibit using them in public or even claiming their distribution, selling as illegal.
Today, all people can google to get more information about their unhealthy use. But, this can only annihilate completely by education and training. Without knowledge and social support, it would be so difficult to overcome any addicted habits.
In a more civilized world today, we know that administrative sanctions cannot prevent any sins. Mature individuals among mankind need to educate themselves and observe higher standard of morality for their lives and for their neighbours.
Judgement, condemnation, punishment… are not efficient measures.
But education and maturity will bring better results.

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New Addition For This Post

 Abdul-Baha says:

 “O Lord! Give to the people of Baha cleanliness and holiness in  all conditions, purify and free them from all defilement, deliver them from the use of all that is execrated, liberate them from the chains of habits, so that they may be pure and free, clean and spotless, that they may be worthy servants of the Sacred Threshold and may deserve to enter into relation with God. Deliver them from alcohol and tobacco, and save them from opium, the purveyor of madness!”

(Abdu’l-Baha, Baha’i World Faith – Abdu’l-Baha Section, p. 335)

 HAIKU

 Unhealthy habits

Be best annihilated

Self education

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