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Do you believe world ends on 2012?

  1. shabarigirish profile image75
    shabarigirishposted 8 years ago

    Do you believe world ends on 2012?

  2. sriharshaNB profile image47
    sriharshaNBposted 8 years ago

    don't think about future  like this (negative thoughts). live for today not for tommorow .so stop thinking and also asking these type of questions !

    live for today!

  3. thesecondadvent profile image58
    thesecondadventposted 8 years ago

    My Dear Sweet Friends,

    Absolutely not.  Most of the time when the end of the world is mentioned with any truth it is done so with the end of the world as we knowest it.  The world won't end, but the way we approach and live our lives will change drastically.

    In the Holy Bible, the book of Revelations talk about the end of the world as we knowest it.  This ending mention the world changing from the way it is now; hate, murder, maiming, rape, torture, imprisonment, worshipping false gods such as money, unto a world where Love is worshipped and all things freee equally unto all mankind. 

    The end of the world will be a changing from a "hell-world" unto a "heaven-world".

  4. swefelix profile image56
    swefelixposted 8 years ago

    Of course! I also believe in horoscopes and fortune cookies smile
    (if sarcasm is not evident, lie flat on the floor for two minutes and contemplate libraries)

  5. Ladicius18 profile image52
    Ladicius18posted 8 years ago

    to believe that the world will end on 2012, you'd have to believe that it should have ended on 2000. Obviously, not the case. The reason many people believe this it because the mayans calender ends on 2012. Now, it is true that they have predicated many world wide events, however...why is it so hard to believe that they simply ended their calender because they had to, not because thats where the world will ,too, end?

    And to believe this, you'd have to question your own religion. I know most people assume Christianity because, majority rules, but if you believe all the great stories writen in the bible, don't you think that he would have said something about the tribe who could predict such an occurrence?

    Honestly, it doesn't matter what you believe. You can do 1 of 2 things, you can dwell that the world will end and spend your last moments paranoid and depressed. Or you can live your life knowing that...you'll never know. And they is no point in worring about something you can't change. Trying to prepare for the end of the world, is like preparing for your own death. If you live life in fear, you're not really living life at all.