Why do I say all these? To glorify the work of sin? Never! I say this so you'll understand the gloom that comes with being guilty of sins from simply thinking of sins.
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.
In your script – I hope you look closely – everything you do is for that one person: to please them, to be at ease with them. They are your standard, your goal, your escape from Sheol, your freedom, your Gaol and your indemnity.
GOD can use a baby's smile to heal the broken-hearted, a child’s walk to save the misdirected, a woman's wit, a man's senses, a buzzing fly, a moving train, a lost coin, a manifold stack of cards.