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To what extent are we the masters of our fates?


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Christin Sander (ChristinS) says

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    PoeticPhilosophy 3 years ago

    Christin said it, I never need to make a answer cause of her haha but I support her she said it perrrfect.

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    Christin Sander (ChristinS) 3 years ago

    Love this answer! I agree. Outer circumstances can influence but ultimately we determine what we do by our conviction and ability to overcome and achieve.

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  • wheatbaybay 3 years ago

    I agree we or not the master's of our fate in life. We are allowed to play a part in it to a certain extent. I think we are allowed to make choices that can make life either easy or hard.

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    NiaLee 3 years ago

    I agree, though we can change our lives drastically or progressively if we are aware and work on a plan, or get lucky, they are many factors that even in our minds can stop us or slow us down, we need to free our minds first, then make changes


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