As my religion isn’t of an Abrahamic origin, I don’t believe there is such a thing as sin. I don’t feel guilty either when indulging myself in any of these pleasures. But since others might feel that way, and since it’s a good headline that’s what I’m calling it.
My Seven Sins are:
- a long, hot, herbal bath
- a good sized vanilla cream filled bun
- horse steak
- a well-mixed drink
- a massage
I don’t indulge in these (or anything else) as often as I should, and I bet you don’t either. Let’s make an effort to “sin” more often.
What would your Seven Sins be?
Let me know in the comments below.
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Yep, I’m with you on the sin thing too. I believe that all things in moderation (well mostly all things because there are some things that really go against personal and societal ethics isn’t there). I guess my Seven Sins would be:
1. A big roast dinner – beef or lamb with roast potatoes and parsnips, veggies, sage & oinion stuffing, yorkshire puddings with either homemade horseradish or mint sauce.
2. Ayurvedic body massage
3. Home made fresh bread with loads of butter
4. erm…dare I say it…cigarettes
6. A very good bottle of red wine
7. Books…and more books! Thank goodness for Kindle but it hasn’t stopped me buying the real thing.
OOh, sounds nice 🙂 Except the coffee and cigarettes. I’ve never liked coffee and I quit smoking back in 1996. Books, definitely books.
Hmmm. My seven sins would be:
– laziness, as in the ability to spend all day in my comfy chair next to my budgies and read and be online and do nada.
– eating salt-and-pepper crisps with sour cream dip, all of which is processed food that I wouldn’t usually touch.
– Chilean merlot.
– eating out (I hate cooking. Haven’t been able to afford eating out in years, but boy do I wish I could).
– greek yogurt with manuka honey. Nuff said.
– complete indifference in the face of housework.
– books. Books. More books.
Good ones Sibylle 🙂 I often have days that are mostly lazy, and housework is a “four letter word” 😀