This is like "What's My Line" Are you Rick Scott?- no, that's right, he was Columbia/HCA, not HSBC.<quoted text>
By the way, I have done nothing that I need to feel guilty about. Try to get that through your thick head
That may be due to having a self imposed moral standard,set low enough to permit an anything goes attitude.
The lower the standard,the less you have to feel guilty about.
This is done,in order to justify ones false belief that the flaws in their human nature are virtues.
You can see that in criminal court proceedings.
The accused very seldom feels remorse , shame or guilt for their actions..
They do feel sorry,,,Sorry they got caught
I hadn't thought much about the intriguing irony of born again sociopaths. I'm sure it would make a fascinating criminal psychology thesis.(NOT labeling or pointing any fingers, mind you - just generally musing about it.) No wonder Christians keep writing "hate the sin love the sinner" and "not perfect, just forgiven."
Have a nice day.