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What is life?
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Posted 11/16/10 , edited 11/16/10

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popcornpuffs wrote:

You see? That's what I say. You apparently have a void inside and you are missing God. I actually see more to life and what's to come. Seriously, how can people live life and think there no purpose to it...Just to live it and then die. How can people believe that your mission in life is to live it the way you want it, and then dying? If you rich you live a good life and die happily. If you poor then that's your problem and you'll die that way. HOW CAN PPL BELIEVE THIS? That's when Christianity kicks in.

Jesus is LORD!

PS - Any1 who have read this... Do not quote me or reply to me just because you don't believe in what I believe in. TY!
Then you've got nothing to prove other than the fact that you're playing God, you narcissist. While your own denial of this fact is perpetuated by your "groupthink" mentality known as the organized religion.

Once again I see you are hurting inside. Narcissist? Darling, I am not into myself. I am take pride in God. Does that make me a narcissist? I don't think so. If you want to boast, boast about the Lord.2 Corinthians 10:17

Anything you say will be ignore and may you see the light.
Posted 11/16/10 , edited 11/16/10

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Once again I see you are hurting inside. Narcissist? Darling, I am not into myself. I am take pride in God. Does that make me a narcissist? I don't think so. If you want to boast, boast about the Lord.2 Corinthians 10:17

Anything you say will be ignore and may you see the light.
So says the religious bigot who would do anything in the name of God, including passive aggression:

Description

A person who uses passive-aggressive method to cope with stresses on them does this by 'attacking' others through passive means. Thus the aggressive intent is cloaked by the passive method.

Passive aggression often appears when a person is asked to do something which they want to avoid for some reason (such as priority of other work). By appearing to agree but not making any real commitment, they can avoid the action. A more severe form of passive aggression is to agree to commitments and then not do anything to fulfill them. A toned down version is to do the minimum possible whilst putting on a grand show of appearing to be fully engaged.

Example

A person at a meeting is asked to complete a task with which they feel unable to comply. They talk at great length about it, discussing how important it is and all the various complexities that would be involved. At the end of the meeting, they still have not agreed to do anything.

A sales person uses a persuasive sales patter. The customer agrees that this is just what they want, but when it comes to signing the order, they find reasons why they cannot buy today.

A change manager asks people to change what they do. They agree but do not actually do what they agreed to do.

Discussion

Passive aggression is a method often used by subordinates who are unable to directly oppose their superiors, and so need to resort to subtle and indirect means. It is also used with peers who can only ask (but not tell) them what to do, particularly where there is a false culture of supporting one team mates but the realities are that the day job takes a strong priority over helping one another.

This can also happen in a culture where it is impolite to say 'no' to a person's face. So people say yes, even when they mean no. 'Yes' in some cultures can mean 'I understand' but not 'I will comply with your request for action'.

Passive aggression may be rooted in childhood, where the impotent child cannot fight back against parents, teachers and other authority figures, and so resorts to truculence and withdrawal of commitment.
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You ignoring me is how yourself helping me to "see the light?" With even more juvenile ignorance? That just goes to show how much your God knows about the secret that is life itself.[/sarcasm]
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Posted 11/30/10
in zombie loan shito said life was emotion which i'd have to say is possible but that may also just be a way of showing that you have life i.e. crying or random joy and... crap somebody finish my thought im sleepy
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No one really knows the answer
Posted 12/12/10
Life can be a warm hearth, a lover, tea and toast.

Life can be the warmth of nuzzling your newborn babe.

Life can be a fistful of soil, held high to the sun which nurtures it,

Life can be chaos, a reign of blood.

But in the end, all is dust carried by the wind,
Death be not proud.


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Posted 12/12/10
I believe we were created for fellowship with the Father. (((((HUGS))))) sandi
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Posted 12/24/10
I had the same question because I really didn't understand or know what it is!
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Posted 12/30/10 , edited 12/30/10
Life is a race for validation in an ever changing environment either from God or from man.

If you keep focusing too hard on these matters you will only drive you into a mental breakdown. Trust me I did it for a couple years.....it didn't end well.

Its impossible to find a concrete explanation on what life is or what one should strive for. We could jump in to debates about knowledge being superior to money or how morals trump connections but these things are all reliant on perspective. Regardless of what I could say my words won't be able to resonate with everyone. My advice is to get a good grasp on your surroundings and live each day more observant than the last.

Answers come in all shapes and sizes....its all in how we receive them.
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Well I have a lot of questions about life. Doesn't it seem ironic that sometimes the simplest questions like "What is life" seem the hardest to answer" especially as we grow in age and experience more. Or maybe we over think. Ask this to a seven year old and sh
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me (:
Posted 1/3/11
Life is a human body, and if you're lucky, 80 years at your disposal.
Posted 1/3/11
Life can only be summed up as a mistake. The redundancy of anything temporarily animate amounts to disease, and is completely unnecessary. We can judge life as being better than no life, but then again, what do we as creatures only guessing at the true purpose of things know?
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Posted 1/19/11
Is this an existentialism question? (referring to 'what is life?'and 'why should we live?')
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Posted 1/27/11

luigi14 wrote:

why we human need to understand so many?
Because Its awesome to understand many things?

why should we live if we alive only to destroy mother nature?
Because were a growing community but mother nature will last 4ever?

what should I aim for if I am an exceptions from animal world?
What? O_O

Yay I win~!!


Mother Nature will last for...ever?
Posted 1/28/11
Life is the fine art of living and dreaming.....come, come, come, give your dreams to me....
and I will give them beauty as the calla lily...
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