When my husband knocked on the door next to ours, no one answered. So he called through the door: "I'd appreciate you keeping it down. You woke us."
"We don't think we're being that loud," someone yelled back, "We're here to have fun."
Drunken people rarely make sense, but there's a "sober" excuse I've heard that's just as foolish. It's this one: "It's no one's business what I do privately. I'm not hurting anyone."
But the truth is this: Whenever we violate God's commands we hurt ourselves because every command of God is given for our best good. And we usually hurt others too, sometimes directly, sometimes indirectly.
That's why Scripture tells us: "The law of the Lord is perfect, refreshing the soul... making wise the simple." God's precepts should be "fully obeyed." Psalm 19:7; 119:4