69. COULD YOU SPEND STOLEN MONEY IN PRISON? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers #forabettertomorrow #teenageempowerment #JackLookman


You are in a phase, as teenagers, where you are testing limits and making decisions that will affect your life. One important thing to remember is that dishonest behavior has consequences, especially when it comes to stealing. It is easy to focus on the advantages right away, but it is also very crucial to look at the downside.

It can be exciting to receive something for nothing. Stealing, however, is a serious crime with harsh punishments, including incarceration. The long-term consequences of being detected stealing, swiftly outweigh any temporary gains. The cost of having a criminal record and losing your freedom will outweigh whatever money or goods you may have taken.

The loss of bodily freedom is not the only consequence of serving time in prison. There are psychological and emotional consequences. Your mental health and future prospects may be severely and permanently impacted by the estrangement from family and friends, the stigma associated with being a criminal, and the possibility of assault and suffering while incarcerated. The time and experiences you lose while incarcerated, cannot be replaced by the money you stole.

Furthermore, stealing takes away trust and compromises your integrity. The act of stealing, whether from a friend, business, or job, shatters the trust that is fundamental to all relationships. It may take years to fully rebuild that trust, and in certain situations, it may never do so. If you exhibit honesty and dependability, which are qualities that are highly valued in both personal and professional interactions, people are more inclined to respect and support you.

Lastly, consider your future. Your chances can be restricted by a criminal record in many different ways, including employment and college admissions. Background checks are routinely performed by companies and educational institutions, and a theft history can result in the loss of important chances. Any temporary gain from stealing or laundering money is not worth the amount your future holds.

And with the advances of technology, escaping to other countries or continents may not hide your personality or crime.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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