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Trespassing, Valuation, and Atonement

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Fear trespasses

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Valuation of Judgement in the Spirit of a Shepherd

In his vengeance, he is afraid of foxes and wolves as a shepherd. In his compassion for his wellbeing, he must decide to protect the rams to continue trading off his livestock but

his selfish behavior has blindsided him at comfort with greed in his sleep.

— Corey Jamar Vance a.k.a Kid Reign

Trespass

A shepherd had a flock of 12 rams.

His rams were white as snow with horns that were like bronze. They were stout. They were used to mate and trade off livestock as he kept the rams that are male. For every livestock he traded off earned him a decent valuation in return to live well.

Every morning he would feed them and lead them to and from a nearby river to drink.

One night a fox decides to go out. The air was cool like a fall in September. The dawn was as dark as a thunder cloud but peaceful as a desolate water stream unvisited by a fisherman because there were no fish. The fox hunts down 1 ram out of the twelve and devours the ram while the shepherd was asleep during this dreary night.

The shepherd awakes in the morning to repeat the morning routine. The shepherd recognizes that one of his rams are gone when he identifies the tracks of a fox and blood left behind the hunt of the prey.

The fox trespasses the shepherd's fox and the shepherd trespasses another shepherd's pastures and steals one of their rams among sheep to replace his ram that he had not protected. In his guilt of not protecting his ram he furthers his guilt by stealing someone elses ram. While the guilty shepherd was gone, 4 other rams were eaten by a pack of 3 wolves during the very night he decided to wander off like the fox that hunted down his ram.

The shepherd has replaced one ram but has lost 4 other rams. He still has 11 out 12 rams like before. While the fox and pack of wolves are still roaming around in his guilt he has become vengeful due to a lost in revenue.

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Valuation of Judgement

In his vengeance, he is afraid of foxes and wolves as a shepherd. In his compassion for his wellbeing, he must decide to protect the rams to continue trading off his livestock but
his selfish behavior has blindsided him at comfort with greed in his sleep.

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Atonement

The other shepherd that has been stolen from has a different heart.

His morality guides him to an unsolved mystery. He sees no blood and no tracks of an animal but has lost a ram from his livestock due to the greed and vengeance circulating in the guilt of a thief. He does not seek out who stole his ram but instead he buys 5 german shepherd dogs to make up for the loss of his ram.

One shepherd stole out his guilt and another shepherd developed protection out of his guilt and fear for predators that to destroy him and his livestock. Wisdom gained from different manners leads to actions on different sides of morale judgement that steal and hide or protect.

Like wolves and the fox that hunts at night and trespasses in fear; the thief may continue to steal if they do not decide to protect their own.

As one shepherd sleeps, he is comfortable with the greed that blind sides him from adding onto the protection of what is his. The other shepherd has the courage to invest into the protection of himself and his livestock.

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Quiz

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. How many predators ate the first ram?
    • 5
    • 8
    • 1
  2. What animal was the first predator?
    • Ram
    • Wolves
    • Fox
    • Snake

Answer Key

  1. 5
  2. Ram

A Conclusion with the Understanding of Decision Making and Character

As one shepherd sleeps, he is comfortable with the greed that blind sides him from adding onto the protection of what is his. The other shepherd has the courage to invest into the protection of himself and his livestock. The other shepherd isn't afraid of foxes or wolves proven by him taking on the expense to purchase a dog that is a German shepherd made to protect against trespassing.

Wisdom meets vengeance.

Vindication

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