MAY 23, 1984 AT 12:00 P.M.
“Immorality is in many ways like a large spider web of connecting lines, that for the most part are unattractive and useless to men and women and children’s daily living.
Immorality is also like being caught in a field of briar patches, easy to get into, interesting to some people who feel dangerously curious, but logically speaking, to get out of the briar patches without scars is quite improbable.
Quicksand is automatically feared, especially if one is trapped in an area where there is evidence of such a dangerous substance. Immorality can be compared to being caught up in quicksand that gives no hope to survival.
Overestimating one’s moral strengths in bizarre circumstances, or in situations wherein and whereby there is exposure mentally, visually or physically, to suggestive indecencies, permissiveness or sacrilegious practices, one plays a game with satan, because he is a master of deceit and is always obvious when there is the slightest evidence of temptation, indicated by any suggestion that is or would be offensive to God in the slightest way.
Turmoil is activated and stimulated, never allowing peace and tranquillity to reign. Immorality is like an undertow; it draws people down to sure death. Rarely do men, women and children survive such devastating happenings.
The immorality is not attractive in itself, but its outward appearance says experience, enticement, and satisfaction to curiosity, that in the long run solves nothing, but leaves a scar of depravity that bears depression, hopelessness, leaving little select motivation to correct what is really wrong.”