Nature is the earth, it is the universe. All that is done, is natural, of the universe. Every action, every non action has a consequence, good or bad. Nature is inexorable.
by Sharilee Swaity 3 years ago
What do you think should be done as a consequence for teenagers who steal?Is paying the money back enough of a consequence or should more be done?
by Dylan Ryan 24 months ago
Does true "White Witchcraft" really exist?Can good intentions and good spellwork really bring about good without consequence? Doesn't nature work as a balance of dark and light, good and bad. Having too much good would cause this balance to shift, right? So in that case, is white...
by Kathryn L Hill 3 years ago
Is Natural Selection in Evolution the result of happenstance?Are the Laws of Nature directed in an arbitrary way?Was the Big Bang a random accident?Was Hydrogen created out of Nothing?Were the first copied pairs of DNA accidental?Was the Destruction of the Dinosaurs an accident?Obviously, the...
by pmorries 5 years ago
Can't bad things just happen? Or, do bad things happen for a reason?Some people act like it is one's own fault that one gets cancer (e.g., not eating right) or getting robbed (one acted like a victim) or even for suffering a natural disaster (for putting out a negative vibe). What do you think and...
by Prodio 4 years ago
I can't seriously figure this out. That seems to be a pretty long time, gosh! What did God do all the way through it? Did God play poker, or spiritual tennis - or did God invite friends to dinner, lol!What?!
by PDXBuys 7 years ago
If our universe is expanding as a consequence of the Big Bang, what is it expanding into?If I could travel faster than the speed of light, what would I see as I approached the expanding edge of the universe? If the universe is "everything", then how can it expand into what we would...
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