why people not believe in bad times that the good time will also come after bad ? if they happy...
they not say to GOD that why you are giving me happiness but if they sad then why they ask from GOD that why me why you are giving me pain and sadness
It's human nature to be selfish creatures and it's been proven that certain chemicals are released during "sadness" that are very similar to "happiness", therefore people can enjoy the suffering and that's why they wallow in it inside of fighting it off. No one can bring you down unless you allow it. People don't want to blame themselves for being sad, so they pin it on whoever they can. And God is an easy target because it is a known fact that people believe he is in control of everything.
by tantrum2 months ago
Why religious people grieve so much about death and are 'scared to death' of dying if, when they die, the'll be with God forever? What's wrong with dying anyway? Your born condemned to death...Is it not?
by Elayne7 years ago
How do you deal with bad times - eat, sleep, drink or other?
by Fairbear22 months ago
Two relatively similar people are presented with the Bible and the message of Christianity. Person one takes to it eagerly. Person two pushes it as far away as it will go. What is the difference between these two...
by Murphy5 years ago
~ Why do you need to follow any religion? ~I am just curious as to why people need to, or choose wanting to believe in, follow, and participate in any religious affiliation? What drive people to believe in their...
by Ioannis Arvanitis6 months ago
What do you believe that is more important for our happiness, to give or to take?When do you feel real happiness? When you offer to others or when you take from others?
by RPirate6 years ago
Hello hubbers.Would like to hear some opinions! Why do you think there are so many religions, that say those who don't believe in their god are going to hell. So that means we'r all going to hell. If not, that means...
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