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If everything in the universe was predetermined, wouldn't that seem pretty boring and pointless? Would there be a reason for fate?
Agonystick Agonystick 22-25, M 6 Answers Dec 21, 2012 in Religion

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failure is attributed to fate..

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The point of Fate would be to assure the correct outcome.



You don't want random outcomes with such an important project.

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That's a reasonable point of view. But if the outcome is sealed, what's the point of the rest?

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To create the desired Outcome. God does not set a project of this magnitude in motion and allow it not to fulfil it's purpose. The Outcome required the process.

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Fate is the determination of your soul. Not your mortal achievements. We are here to learn, experience, be enlightened of our own free-will and be finished with our duties on earth in karmatic decision.

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I'm not really sure what you're saying about fate here. Most of what you said is about free will instead. What do you mean "determination of soul"?

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Well..it depends on your concept of religion, what's your take on it first?

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I dunno... trying to figure it out. But I'm asking you of your views, so mine don't matter.

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