Should you transmute a human soul? – James 3:2

James 3:2 – We all stumble in many ways. Anyone who is never at fault in what they say is perfect, able to keep their whole body in check. (NIV)

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We all have made mistakes in someway or form in our lives. Some more than others. We didn’t listen to what others have told us. We didn’t listen to that still small voice inside of us that told us that we were not taking the right path. Two guys who didn’t fell many of times were the Elric Brothers, Alphonse and Edward. They are from the story Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa. In this world Alchemist aren’t people that just turn random metals in to gold but if they have the basic building blocks of any item they can make it. Spare wooden parts can easily be turned into a beautiful new chest if placed in a transmutation circle. But what about the dead body of a loved one. What would that create? In that world, those actions are the ultimate taboo. Those who attemptĀ it are reprimanded in the worst possible way. Edward lost and arm and a leg but his brother Alphonse, lost his whole body and his soul was attached to armor by his brother to keep him in the living world.

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Should you transmute a human soul? – James 3:2