“People are doing it, God is watching.” No matter how capable people are, they cannot do these three things, and there will be retribution.

4 min readMar 31, 2024

As the saying goes, “God is watching when people do it.” This sentence means that no matter how capable a person is, he should not do things that harm others, otherwise he will be punished sooner or later.

We cannot predict what we will get, but we can control what we do not do, because we know that “you will reap what you sow.”

The harder we work, the easier it is to be rewarded. So don’t worry too much if you haven’t been rewarded yet.

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1. Doing something harmful to nature

“For those who are unkind and unjust, God will punish them in the same way as others.” — “Historical Records”

What people do, God is watching. It means that you must have a conscience and do everything you do to live up to your conscience. Otherwise, God will punish you.

Some people don’t believe in this evil, and they feel confident even though they have done something wrong. In this world, you can never escape your fate.

There are many injustices and darkness in this world. We cannot change these things, but we can change our behavior.

If you do something wrong, you will be punished. When you hurt others, you will also be punished.

Therefore, we must “respect God and love others”, “filial piety to parents”, “act chivalrously and righteously”, “emphasis on righteousness over profit”, and do more good deeds and good deeds, so that we can be rewarded.

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2. Doing things that hurt kind people

“People should know how to be grateful, especially to our parents, because they gave us life.”

In life, there are always some people who are nice to others, but they never pay attention to other people’s feelings.

Once someone does something to hurt them, they will accuse that person with vicious words.




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