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Date Posted: Sat February 16, 2008 00:08:31
Author: obsidian eyes
Subject: Scripture slipture
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "Dark Question For 2/12" on Tue February 12, 2008 03:40:34

The future is NEVER concrete.

No matter how accurate the scriptures have been, the scriptures tell of a POSSIBLE future. And the reason the probable become reality is because of the existence of the scriptures itself.

Like a self fulfilling prophecy (psych class), it happens because most people LET it happen, not bothering to attempt to change it because they think "oh, it's written that it's going to happen, nothing I can do about it then"

A person CAN defy the scriptures. Defy Fate.

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