Why is it so hard for people to believe that "Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you...
I think most people would like to be able to point to something that they can blame their issues on, rather than take responsibility for their own happiness and personal growth. If you have something that you can look at and say, "That's why I haven't achieved..." or "That's why I can't be like..." then you've just eliminated the need to take action to become what you want, because you've convinced yourself and others that it's not possible because of something someone else did or that happened in your life. If more people could grasp this concept that what happens to them is relatively minor in comparison to what they do with it, I think there would be a lot more happy and accomplished people in the world.
I agree with wychic. People want to be able to blame someone else when things don't go their way.
by sir_tallest6 years ago
Why do people try so hard to prove that there is no God......that everything happening is pure luck or whatever they think helps them achieve it
by manofmystery245 years ago
Believer or Skeptic, please write why.
by Elizabeth2 years ago
If God is like a light switch in a dark room, why is it so hard to show it to a non-believer?This appeared in a forum post recently:"They are led to stand before the doorstep of a dark room ~ and encouraged to...
by ArockDaNinja2 years ago
I've read about many different theories about death and what happens. It is the main question that is in the back of everyone's mind. It's very difficult to picture it or to question the point of existence. The fact...
by maestrowhit9 years ago
If you were God, and had the power to forgive or condemn whomever you chose, would you let people go to Hell? Would there be a single person you would not forgive?If your answer is yes, then who would that be? and why?
by NGRIA Bassett8 years ago
SOME PEOPLE ARE ATHEISTS AND OTHERS AGNOSTICS AND SOME JUST DON'T THINK THAT GOD WOULD HAVE TIME TO CARE ABOUT HUMANS.
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