Conscience, the inner awareness of right and wrong based on one’s ethical standards and principles, usually serves as a self-teaching agent that refuses to stop its torment until the individual returns from the stray path.
As Conscience continues to pester the mental state, she said:
“Halt child, don’t grow up too fast.
There’s no shame in coming in last;
Nor is there pride in being first
When you’ve performed at your worst.
“Halt child, keep a clear mind.
Draw the lines ahead of time.
If you fall out, climb back in;
Don’t look back, flee from sin.
“Halt child, be patient and wait.
Think about the choices you make.
Remember the promises you’ve made,
And how fast they can break.”