Look at a lot of places in Philadelphia, and you will see neighborhoods covered with trash, abandon cars, mattresses, stoves, furniture, boxes, garbage, paper, etc.
This trash didn’t just fall from the sky—it was placed there by people. I’m talking about people who have no sense of pride, decency, respect for others or the laws which prohibit dumping. These are people to whom laws mean nothing. They are like animals, caring about nothing but their own agenda. And if that agenda is served by having their dog leave his waste in front of your house, so be it (Proverbs 2:12-15).
Attitudes like this is no way for humans to live. Man must answer to God after death, so why go before Him with a resume of evil works? (2 Corinthians 5:10).
Man must learn what laws he is obligated to and obey those laws (1 Peter 2:13-17). Man needs to start showing respect by doing whatever he can not to offend or endanger others (Prov. 3:29). We must make people better by our encounters with them.