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Old 02-03-2013, 05:09 PM
 
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I found my bio mom 13 years ago. Both of our hearts started to heal then.
i can relate to that
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:14 AM
 
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for every adoption there is a mom that dies the rest of her life of a broken heart. enjoy your money.

I hope that as you mature and learn more about the world, you will understand that there are very, very few absolutes. That applies to adoption as well as to everything else.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:23 PM
 
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This seems to me to be very sado-masochistic, does it not?
I know this isn't the religion forum:+) and it is not my belief - however --- many who believe reincarnation believe that after death you review your life, see what lesson/s were missing on your path to perfecting your soul, and then choose to be born to a certain life in order to learn ???? humility?compassion? generosity? some lesson which you failed to grasp the last time around. So if you choose it, for your own spiritual perfection, then not too S/M.

The logic eludes me on why you would choose to be a mass murderer, unless you need to learn something about being totally bonkers.

To the subject of the OP - 'destiny' is difficult to accept as it negates free will. Many have used destiny as an excuse for not trying to change. Accepting someone else's suffering, so you get your destiny. Uncomfortable philosophy for me - -
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