Who still beleaves in myth stories and fate?

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Who still beleaves in myth stories and fate?

Post by walter7 » 21 Aug 2017, 17:00

for me I do ,Elias had believed that he would find her lover malika through fate and myth but malika choosed not to by decline what had just happend and it was myth and fate which brought them together at last
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Post by readandsmile » 21 Aug 2017, 20:39

I don't believe either myths nor fate. Myths will just give you unwavering faith. fate? Only God knows the uncertain days of our life.
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Post by GPM » 23 Aug 2017, 19:28

I don't really know wether to believe or not. I do not believe in myths since most are said to be not true. However, a part of me believes in fate.
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Post by lrbfilm » 24 Aug 2017, 01:10

I believe mythology plays an important role in our lives if we believe in the myths or not. They have helped shape society for a long time and their echos will continue.
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Post by mumoscar » 24 Aug 2017, 08:24

I believe myths are just imaginations. They tend to inflict fear and uncertainty in life hence demeaning ones faith.

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Post by ktom » 22 Feb 2018, 13:41

I am a firm believer in fate because I have witnessed it first-hand many times. I never ask any questions of the Universe, and in exchange, she leads me on the most wonderful adventures day after day, year after year. :D
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Post by DustinPBrown » 25 Feb 2018, 09:28

I don't buy into myths, but I enjoy them for what they are and what they tell us about ourselves and our cultures, what's important and what's valued. Fate I tend to not believe in either, but I still sometimes get the feeling that there's more happening in the world than just what we see, you know? Idk, hard to explain.

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Post by jvez » 22 Apr 2018, 05:21

Believing in myths or fate is not really a crime. However, I'd rather believe in people's ability to choose. I do think life gives us a multitude of chances, but it's ultimately our choice that matters.

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Post by Amondi Oluoch » 29 Apr 2018, 10:07

Choices! Choices! Choices!
No myths or fate.
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Post by 10mile72 » 12 Jun 2018, 14:02

I don't believe in fate. I do believe in predestination.

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Post by simplymica26 » 17 Jun 2018, 01:37

I don't really believe on myths but I like their stories. I don't believe on fate as well because every actions or decision we do is our own choice. Not them, but you only. We may be influenced by others but still our own choices and actions.

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Post by Kister Bless » 23 Jul 2018, 14:40

I still believe because it was through myth and fate that Malika and Elias were able to meet again.

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