Another point is that with polygamy comes the need to constantly judge – not just character but the array of choices. You'll need to know good and evil, good from evil and it goes on and on. Every contact has two sides…you need to decide on which is which. That’s the true conflict and it’s all happening inside you, first.
I don’t know where I stand: between being an abomination or being rejected; between being an eyesore or a stiffening sore; between being forgiven or being chosen, again. My heart hurts my soul burns, my body is a mess. I ache, I quake, I've failed, GOD and man and woman and all I know or do not know.
In a sea of crowd-opinion and options of saving, a messiah is one voice louder than others showing the way because they are aware of the way out. The true test of a messiah is found in their ability to be right or be wrongly perceived.
What do we say to (the) GOD of Life?
Because for us (we think) there would (always) be tomorrow. We keep GOD in tomorrow.
I opine that for lack of contentment and also for a loss of understanding, Eve as GOD'sBondMan – or GOD's Bond Woman – tipped off the balance of life by upsetting the reason for life: obedience.