And it’s not just murder. Some people can steal, abuse, or slander others and be forgiven, others prosecuted. Why are some people able to get away with immoral acts and others indicted and condemned by society? What is it about this type of person? Is there some sort of specific personality trait that differentiates individuals who get away with things?
What about those who make a mistake, apologize, but are not forgiven? What is it about those individuals that make others so willing to judge them harshly and persecute them when they haven’t committed a serious wrong-doing?
Is it luck, personality, destiny?
Do you, or have you known, someone like this? What makes them different? Do you have characters in your books that can get away with murder…or other immoral acts?
Send me your comments and let me know what you think makes up these types of characters.
Cindy A. Christiansen
Sweet Romance, Humor, Suspense...and Dogs!
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