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Jtube: 30 Rock, Part 2

Jtube: 30 Rock, Part 2

Why are people drawn to things they know they shouldn't do?

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Published: November 3, 2007


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Visitor Comments: 8

(8) Anonymous, November 24, 2007 11:56 PM

It's human behavior to adamantly do that which he is firbidden to do because he feels constricted.Others do it l'hachis-to spite.

(7) Aryeh, November 12, 2007 4:26 PM

"You're Not My Dad"

rebellioness is inborn in all of us, if we are able to control it than we can do great things on our lives. It is only when the "Yetza Hora" has a hold on us that we lower ourselves below the animal kingdom. The choice is ours to make, choose life.

(6) Kamillia, November 7, 2007 12:48 PM

Daddy

Are we to assume that if it had been his Father rather than his boss, he would have listened?

(5) cindy boyer, November 7, 2007 10:15 AM

It's Adam's rebellious blueprint within us

Adam & Eve did the one thing God told them not to do & it's been in the human race's fabric ever since. It's easy to rebel; it's hard to be obedient.

(4) ammi, November 7, 2007 1:56 AM

It all started in gan Eden a long time ago....

HaShem told our forefather Adam(and his wife): "You can eat whatever you want, except..." The result: Adam (and his wife)did exactly the forbidden thing. We see this tendency in childraising also. Even though we tell our children what the result will be, they JUST HAVE TO TEST at least once if it REALLY is that bad to do that "NoNo". Up to that point everything has been garded and safe, we get everything for free, before we even ask- and simply allowed- all OK. Maybe it´s a mistake we all need to go through at least once, in order to learn to distinguish between good and evil and through that experience develop maturity to choose to do the right thing next time we find ourselves in a similar situation.

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