Guilt is when you are actually the culprit

You know what ‘guilt’ is?

Guilt is when you are actually the culprit.

Guilt is, when you are doing something wrong, and you know that.

If inadvertently, totally, without your involvement, or cooperation, something happens, then you are not guilty. Are you?

‘Guilt’ is when with your consciousness, with your

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