Why We Obey the Law

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One of the main reasons I chose to obey the laws is due to how I was brought up. My parents taught me from the time that I was really young that certain things wrong. They believed that there was consequence for doing wrong. Most of the time I didn’t want to deal with the consequence. One time when I was in the store with my mother I picked up a magazine and began reading it, while she paid for the grocery’s and continued read it. As we nearing check out realized I should be putting the magazine back but I didn’t want to. I just pretended that it was a magazine I had brought in store with me. As we go out to the car my mom sees me with magazine and asked what I am doing with it. She the advises me she didn’t pay for magazine and it was wrong of me to take it out of the store. She promptly made me take the magazine back into the store and advise the store clerk I didnt pay for it and put it back. My up bring also taught me the difference between right and wrong. I gave me a mortal sense of right and wrong. I wasn’t taught by my parents that stealing was right thing to do. I had pretty normal child hold as far as you do right and get rewards. You do wrong you get in trouble lose things that are important to you. You treat others who older than with kindness and understanding. My parents teaching this to me impacts society because I didn’t take from society and I didn’t want to harm something I was productive member of. We should all obey the law. There are laws out there that we may thing are just plain dumb. In order to have balance. Those who rob and steal lose harm society. The ones who chose to be productive and obey the law pay to make them better members of society. We who chose to obey keep the one thing we all fought for our
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