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How short is life, living takes real courage

It’s not a question, just an observation. Every day I am reminded of our tenuous hold on to the life we have, and it could be over in an instant. 156 more words

Regrets

Temporal Alterations

I think the idea of time travel is such an important theme in a story because of the statement it makes about free will. Some philosophers would say we all have a destiny and true freedom is just becoming more aware of who you already are. 406 more words

Fate and Necessity

‘If it be now, ‘tis not to come; if it be not to come, it will be now; if it be not now, yet it will come: the readiness is all.’ 1,137 more words

Philosophy

Faith and Fatalism

Americans like explanations. It’s an important part of our pragmatic culture.

I often notice that when we don’t know the reason why we often spit out some sort of fatalistic explanation. 496 more words

About That Thing That's Not Anymore (Pt. 1)

CHAPTER 1

I remember clearly the day they made themselves known. It was a Thursday, and it was hot. Summer has a tendency of being that way. 1,317 more words

Bubbles

The Noose

I suppose it is suffocating, yes. I wonder if it’s preferable to have an oppressive summer while you are boundless or a horizon of seemingly interminable possibilities while you are convulsing inside. 564 more words

Fiction

God is in control?

This was a meme posted on a private discussion forum I was on with fellow church members during a discussion about a choice we had to make. 636 more words

Christianity