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If god has allowed his creations to do anything they pleased, it is possible that his creations do something which he did not want them to do. So is this a situation where God wanted something but did not get?

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Asked by Ginger, 19 Apr '13 07:53 pm
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Why that If?
God has done exactly that.............he has given us infinite freedom to live the life of our choice and reap the fruits of such living, bitter or sweet. He showers His grace and power to all. It is His power we use both for good and bad purposes............. for there is NO other source of power!
Answered by Shunmugham, 19 Apr '13 07:59 pm

 
  
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It require a long debate.
I will explain my theory in short.
For God creation of this universe was a Maya ( a kind of divine game ). Accordingly HE has given liberty to each living being of each species to lead their life as they feel better. But the Good and Bad is a clear force which differentiate if one's good is bad for other. Here we are pawn to the divine game. We play selfish for our betterment to trouble other and accumulate punishment. Likewise we accumulate reward if we live good without doing bad to other.
Why God establish this rule is a mystery, hence Maya. Neither we can change it nor we can escape it. It is just like we create toys to entertain ourselves and allow those toys to be active till we like them or else destroy or dump them when requirement is over.
We all are mini God and play our game accordingly, unmindful of result.
We are pawns and nothing but pawns.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 19 Apr '13 08:37 pm

 
  
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God has allowed his creations to do anything they pleased.
Answered by anantharaman, 20 Apr '13 05:52 pm

 
  
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Yes ,human's can harm other's which god intended or not is not known yet.
Answered by Quest, 20 Apr '13 10:54 am

 
  
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Yes possible, especially Human beings
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 19 Apr '13 08:02 pm

 
  
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May be...
Answered by conviction, 19 Apr '13 07:58 pm

 
  
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Most things don't have a meaning. Most people don't die for a reason, they die because their death is caused. We find it hard to distinguish between causes which are events which trigger other events, and causes which are reasons for actors to act, expressions of will and intention. Only a tiny minority of people ever truly die for a cause or lay down their lives for a cause. Most people just die or are caused to die. Dying in vain is not a tragedy, almost everybody does die in vain. Dying in vain is as normal as living in vain.

Forcing meaning into a life or a death is pernicious, especially if it causes people to think thoughts as sick as to believe that the reason their daughter was murdered was to cause her murderer to be held in prison for decades as if that is a reason to die, or to be born in the first place. We are not born to die, we are not born to fulfil a hidden purpose, even our own. Fate and destiny is an even more sick and pernicious set of self delusions than religio ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 25 Apr '13 09:39 pm

 
  
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