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Do you believe there is an inherent reason behind why people die when they do?


 

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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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    CBartelmey 4 years ago

    So people pass on when their purpose has been fulfilled. And perhaps that purpose does not always correlate directly with something that they meant to accomplish, but rather what has been accomplished by their simply just being? Interesting thought.

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    CBartelmey 4 years ago

    I have heard before people say “their lease on life was up” however for me that has always brought forth more questions than answers. When would these leases be written, it is a fluid lease that can change as one changes throughout their life, or is

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    Electro-Denizen 4 years ago

    Well, Yes... then? God's choosing is logically an inherent reason... Don't mean to be pedantic about it!

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    CBartelmey 4 years ago

    I do believe there are cycles to life as you mention, however who or what decides when a cycle is to be no more?

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    CBartelmey 4 years ago

    I have often thought about that point of seeming contradiction, that if everything is pre-determined, do we really still have free will. Ultimately I think the two do work together as certainly we do have a choice as to what we do or don’t do in our