that all?" springs only from two sources definite -one is permissible
innocence, and the other obnoxious arrogance. Innocence, though not be strictly
excused, wins sympathy for Royal Pardon, but arrogance should not be left
unscarred and debilitated. If pardoned, it brings havoc to the whole society and
nation at large. Ironically, it harms itself sooner or later, and ends in
annihilation. Scriptures proclaim vociferously that Ego surfaces before fall,
and it°s a sure indication of downward motion in morality. Belief, arising out
of submission to higher power gives relief, and hurls one across oceans, if
ship-wrecked in mid-sea. The invisible Lord has infinite powers and directs
actors through inscrutable ways. He must be believed first than questioned.
Implicit faith lifts one to paradise, and the converse is equally true. See how
this truth is exemplified through a credulous but arrogant, who dug his own
grave by his churlishness...