posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:21 PM
Originally posted by Greenize
reply to post by juveous
Well, let me ask you this, do you think that Heath's manner of death was pre-determined? Was it by design or was it accidental...that is what I want
Then this is nothing about whether or not deaths are purposeful or random, but whether we are fated or not.
every death is necessary in the cycle of life, it is the manner in which it comes at us which we are not comfortable with IMO. So to answer you
question about Heath, to an unfortunate degree he is gone, maybe even before our given standard for living-out which is roughly 75 years or so, but it
was no accident.
If you are wondering if their is some divine plan in or not, who knows, even though I can give you my opinion.
Everything has a purpose IMO, in which our personal perspective creates the relationship with that purpose, good or bad. We are fated, but incapable
of proving that we are fated, it is a matter of observation after the fact. there are undertermined outcomes, which could all be known (theoretically)
so to say death is "designed" to happen is only agreeing that death is known as a possible determinable outcome.
If you believe that God is all knowing of all outcomes, and God is the creator of all by design, then every death is designed by God. It is your
perspective to the relationship of the death that determines how you feel about it, good or bad.
To say that some deaths are just accidental, or not a part of the plan, but rather flukes, is really just our inability to know what is about to
happen. They are unexpected, even though we all are expected to die.