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Best Answer Rod Martin Jr says
Without a doubt this is the best answer in theory however I have found that it is difficult to do in practice as one or two of my comments above may indicate.
He also said let those with ears listen!
Knowledge Speaks, Wisdom Listens & I keep tr
Lesley Charalambides says
If you were held by a leader that only fed you small rations and dictated every facet of your life, would you feel the same way if such a dictator was "knocked off" and you were then allowed freedom? It goes back to those rose-colored glasses...
I wish it was that simple. If I were in that situation I like to think I could feel happy to be free without feeling good about someone being murdered.
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Nicola Thompson says
I agree we make our own karma and it was darn inconvenient to get raped by that biker gang but I have aids so who really got the last laugh!
Hey man, don't ask the question if you don't want to respect the answers
or don't answer the question with an idiotic answer and I won't laugh at it and ridicule it . . .
It is funny he mentions that because I got a question removed by the moderators the other day, mainly because I made one of the commentators mad and they got all fussy... I mentioned how people sure have got a lot more sensitive nowadays, blah...
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Jose Juan Gutierrez says
That destiny thingy sounds cute until something bad happens to you. Yeah, you better hope for reincarnation, as we'll all need it.
They´ve made movies about it. It´s like the butterfly effect. The flap of a butterfly can produce a hurricane in a far away part of the globe. The bad moment comes when you´re there in the time the hurricane is produced.
Yeah, they also call that chaotic infinity...
Or in simple terms, the very effect of your actions led your steps to where you tripped with the wrong stone.
There is much more to life than 'cause & effect' as most sudden realizations happen while we are standing still.
Let´s hear it.
Obviously you don't "listen" to self... I can't help you there, bro!
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