posted on May, 9 2006 @ 10:38 PM
It's true, obviously if the world was at a constant state of peace then it would not happen.
But then again if the world was at a constant state of peace, maybe it would happen, because we would have then let go of everything, we would be one
with God, Nature, and Humanity in general.
No hatred, no malice, only joy and love, relying on others would be a blessing not a restraint.
If the world is war, famine, disease, striven then people are quick to pray, to blame, to cast doubt, they always say where there is darkness there is
light. With the world the way it is, there are probably more people praying, asking for help, forgivness, for an explination, Lots of people burning
with hatred, envy, jelousy.....
I also understand what you are trying to say and at one point I thought the same, that is God has already decided everything. But again I think after
alot of thought during my youth, that God puts you on a path, he sets each of us a challenge, some challenges are greater than others, God will bend
us, test us, and eventually break us, I think more so that we have the mind and soul to make our own choice,
If the vooice in your ear says, steal that mars bar, and the voice in the other say's don't even think about it, you have that choice, you know
whats right and whats wrong.
Politically speaking your correct about the supanova, but again, who rules over nature and the laws of physics, it's not numbers, but God has the
ultimate Judgment on everything, If we do something bad in life, your guaranteed that something bad will happen to you, possibly by someone else,
possibly that other person had something bad happen to them and so balances out, God would have made the meeting, and nature takes over, if God is
Nature then God would have made sure it happened, but through our own words.
When the end of the world comes it won't be God's fault, no-one can turn around and say where were you in all of this?? I thought you were ment to
We can't argue because we chose to do it, we chose to ignore it, we chose not to change it.
It's like trying to have a political argument with someone who hasn't voted, They had the chance to make the difference but they chose not to.
Man alone is the destroyer, and now man alone can change it
(for the politically correct this includes woman too)