Progress in law enforcement go pari-passu with tragedies whereas no tragedy preceded issuance of the Ten Commandments

How many have wondered over the fact that progress in law enforcement seems to follow cases of tragedies and heavy losses? Why make specific legislation only after lives have been lost and properties destroyed when there was no such precedence following the issuance of the Ten Commandments, considered by many as the foundation of law in many societies in the world today. As it has been since ancient times.

Are we not capable of crafting and making laws without the force of tragedies and huge losses compelling us to do so? There is no doubt that some may argue that we are capable of crafting laws without the force of tragedies compelling us to do so, using the fact that there are different kinds of laws serving different purposes. But look around you. What do we see whether locally or abroad?

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