whith all these prophecese (sp) im scarced especilly this one that a woman or nostradumas said that there will be a tidal wave or/and floods where the
sacrifice of the bull at the olympics they first thought it was sydney (this is what im worried about it still might happen to sydney) or the athens
olympics so should i worry because i dont want my family ,freiends, innocent and good people and me to die
1st....just how often do these "prophecies come true! Like, hardly never!
2nd.. being scared will get you no where...if it's going to happen...it will happen...being scared only puts a damper on what you have
now to be happy about. If you are truly bothered that badly by it, I would suggest, for you own piece of mind.... staying out of this
Dont be scared. We have each other to protect us. No sense in being scared by prophecies that may not come true.
The fact that we are living the last days shouldnt scare you. Enjoy life. Eat drink and be merry. I remember when I was a kid, they were saying
we were living in the last "days". Its always the last days.
The terror threats are for political gain and nothing else. Try not to listen to TV, they are the terror-mongers working for this government. If you
can vote make sure you vote for anyone other than Bush. Thats a start in the right direction. Take care.
Yep....the last days have been coming forever......I remeber when I was about 5 years old (I'm now 50) and people coming to house handing out papers
telling us to repent becasue the end of the world was here....
Don't be afraid. As the others have said, people have been making predictions for years. Most of these haven't come true. I'm 52 and I spent a lot
of years frightened when I should have been living life to the fullest. Life is a joy. It is sweet, good, and to be enjoyed. Don't let your joy be
dampered by a lot of "what if's" and "maybe's". Take care.
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