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Is there such a thing as destiny and belief

Both words seem to have a very much expanding menaing. However, growing up simplr has a basic relevance to this words. It really depends on how we are brought up, to what beliefs and what cultures we were shown.

In certain cases like myself, religion played an important part of life. It was very synonomous that when times get tough and there are no more perceived ways to counter a problem or situation, prayers and belief in God plays an important part in the ordeal or process.

Growing up with ties to science and technology also seemed a little confusing at first. There were times I have to think if there was a logical meaning to the belief in terms of science. There were times that I have asked that is the belief not just a primitive way of supertitious beliefs? But then as time went by I discovered no, faith does work and it is indeed integral to one's destiny.

Maybe, there can be a lot of discussion points about this subject. However, as the purpose of blogging is mere personal expression, I want to share that personally faith, belief, and religion does work with my personal fate and destiny. This is the essence of the meaning of why personally I believe that there is such a thing as destiny and belief.


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