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|Subject: Re: Civil War||Date: 4/5/2011 1:32 AM|
|Author: salaryguru||Number: 32126 of 68630|
. . . everything happens for a reason.
I don't even understand what that means.
Today I was mowing the lawn and after mowing for awhile, I had to stop. The second time I had to start the mower I had to pull the cord three times. Normally, it only takes one pull. What possible reason and whose reason was behind that?
I went to pick up my truck from being repaired today and they forgot to give me my keys. After I walked out to the truck and found no keys in it, I had to walk back to the office and request my keys. What possible reason and whose reason was behind that?
I could go on like this forever.
Everything happens for a reason? . . . Phttttt. Everything? Whose reason?
The only things that happen for a reason are things people do with motive. Those things happen because those people are motivated to make them happen.
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