Actions have consequences. There must be a penalty for sin. Today at work I accidentally gave away a free buffalo sauce to someone (she works here, but was purchasing something). I didn’t feel right about it, so I payed the $0.27 for it. My manager (and most people, including, sometimes, myself) would (and did) think this was small potatoes. But I went ahead and payed for the buffalo sauce. It felt so right. In the universe, the thought that we can “take,” that there is no cost, is detrimental to our moral well being. Sin always has a cost. And someone must pay.