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5 comments10 Sep 2006 @ 09:54 by Kelong Zaphok @184.108.40.206 : Why?
Why ask why?
10 Sep 2006 @ 18:32 by poetsong : Why should birds follow a homing device
Question: Why should birds follow their homing device?
Answer: They can't get to where they need to go until they do. Our "Why?" is a homing device that gets us closer to where the answer lies. Why should I take risks? Why should I step out of my safe box? Why should I sacrifice for this or that? Why should I care?
16 Mar 2007 @ 14:36 by Tore Toivicco @220.127.116.11 : Thanks for your blog...
it was good.
Tore Toiviccos comment about media:'Many times discussions or forum messages
are long and writers have used many words instead of saying something
only by using one sentence or few words,but I think that many times
many things can be said clearly without using huge amounts of
A though of a danish mind control victim:
"Sometimes Jesus maybe uses even satanists in order to help people or to do some good things?Jesus can do this, he is so powerful?"
1 May 2007 @ 16:28 by poetsong : Thanks Torre- Interesting sub-topic
In my mind a good God would seek to use all things for a good purpose. We see this order in nature. And yet, I'd also imagine God would work within the choices of our free will.
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