Lord of Vanity: characterizing courage

Lord of Vanity: characterizing courage

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Abishai100

Clementon, NJ

#1 Dec 23, 2012
Who is the Lord of Vanity? Satan? The AntiChrist? Adolf Hitler? Jack the Ripper?

The Christian Bible states that vanity is that deep sentiment that governs pride, wrath, envy, sloth, and lust.

Vanity-anxious Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Whore" (1991) and "Body of Lies" (2008) suggest that human societies are interested in characterizing the loss of temperance.

Can temperance cure vanity? If so, how does the Lord of Vanity pose a serious threat against temperance and who exactly could the Lord of Vanity be?

Does the Lord of Vanity have an ally? Is this ally a diabolical tyrannical woman perhaps?

To defeat the Lord of Vanity, we must consider why and how ethics-concentrated Hollywood (USA) movies such as "She-Devil" (1989), "Whore" (1991), and "Body of Lies" (2008) serve as spiritual reminders of courage frailty.

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

God bless!
Abishai100

Guangzhou, China

#2 Dec 28, 2013
suggest that human societies are interested in characterizing the loss of temperance.

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