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God is comming and he is almost here noone knows when exactly he will be here but we must all be ready and follow him the right way and try our best to stay away from anything that will pull us away from him. we must be ready and be baptized in his name :) only the innocent (meaning the children) will be saved ....but the sinners that have not repented and have decided to ignore God will not be saved they will be left here in the world where it will be dark and very disturbing. it is said that people will even try to commit suicicde and they will not be able to die they will continue living and will be tortured....it says a lot of this in the book of revelations in the bible.... :)
Ah the bigger questions in life. Everything alive dies. That is just how it has always been. I am sorry for your loss. Unfortunately it is part of life. I guess the argument is that if you don't die, then you cannot truly appreciate living. The pain you're in will not be as intense as it is now. It will never be ok that she's gone, but it will get better. I hope you will find answers that can satisfy you. I think everyone has their own way of looking at things that makes sense to them. Whether it is through religion or not. You will find your answers. The grieving process will take its own time.
In a way, yeah, I think it is. But bad things have always happened to good people, so it's nothing new. I'm sorry for your loss, I know it has to be very confusing and painful. I'm not a religious person, but many people find comfort in their faith in times like these. If you're not religious or not finding comfort in your religion, look at it this way. Things happen that no one understands. Believe there is a bigger picture behind senseless things...one thing ends so that another can begin. There's a balance between everything and there's as much good in the world as there is bad.
Suffering is never fair.... I often ask myself why the evil people do not seem to suffer more, why it is always the good people who die young, are in pain, etc. There is no answer. Feel how you want to feel. Mourn your friend in whatever way you want. I am sorry, very sorry for your loss. I have lost a child, a husband....it does not make sense...to this day, it does not make sense. But eventually the pain will ease a bit and you will begin to smile sometimes when you remember your friend.
Really, I think 'evil' people do tend to suffer more in the here and now. If your basic needs are satisfied, being nice is a better strategy to overall happiness.
Does is really make you happier to eat lobster and know you alienated all the people you care about to do it, or is it more fulfilling to share grilled chicken with your neighbors? A classic GTO might help get you laid, but having a steady GF/wife accomplishes about the same thing.
Wouldn't mind being in hell at the moment, it is friggin cold at the moment and we still got a couple of more months to go til winter is over. Bring out the fire and hell balls I say and warm us all up.
Ooops sorry, I didn't read all your question except the title and glimpsed Utopia's answer and thought this must be a religious question...Sorry put my foot into this one....
I do not follow the Christian god, I do not even think that such a creature exists. Why on earth should I earn something from something that does not exist to me?
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Gee...as we are not ALL christians...what do you have for the rest of us or is it only christians who deserve comfort?
I hope I don't sound like I'm whining...my friend died this morning and I never found her suffering fair
I just lost the nicest girl I know to luekemia and everyone is a jerk...and my parents are fighting
Bad things happen to good people, that's how life works, sorry. And I'm sorry about your friend.
all people deserve comfort but shouldnt they earn it first to God's rules
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i wish! x)