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另外,在 1998 年香港電影金像獎頒獎禮裡面,許冠文也論到現今世代賣「老翻」的賣得,買「老翻」的也買得光明正大,沒有半點兒羞恥之心的可悲光景。

(H/T: Eric Cheng)





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  1. L says

    In Economic terms, the revenue is merely transferred to a different party, ie. the self. The only “solution” to this is if everyone stop trying to satisfy our own desires. Imagine that!

    • Anson says

      Yeah Leo, you’re right. Desire is the root problem. In 1 John 2:16, it says the three things that come from the world are: “the cravings of sinful man, the lust of his eyes and the boasting of what he has and does.”

      Sometimes desire does not come merely in economical terms, but also in convenience and instant gratification. Sometimes it’s not as if we cannot afford paying, but we can’t wait for the real thing, and end up be tempted to buy or download a counterfeit pre-released copy of something….. (remember last time that Japanese movie we watched together? I should have waited for the official release, and then the disc won’t be skipping….)

      Hmm….. it seems like I’m describing the issues of pre-marital sex and cohabitation too. We can’t wait for the real deal, and end up having the experience of its original beauty and joy ruined. True love waits.

      • L says

        That’s very true. Most problems of humanity share the same ultimate root – the self-centeredness of mankind. But since we’re the problem ourselves, then surely no human is capable of resolving ourselves. That’s why we need God’s help.