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Isaac B.

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The reason why girls keep rejecting you it is spiritual. God is restricting you from women because you are destroying your well being/health by pursuing them too much since the more you pursue something that you currently can't obtain the worse your depression and anger will worsen. So life blocks them from you so you can heal and focus on your purpose like passion job & hobbies. Once you stop pursuing them you will notice your emotions get better and girls able to come back to your life after a while of taking break to focus on your health and important purpose(s) of your life. Focus on the purpose you were brought in this world for, such as having a job your passionate about that isn't boring. Or pursuing some type of hobby you're passionate about.

I understand there are many religion but in the end a god (creator/engineer) does exist. I honestly don't believe alot of things in bible but i realized in the end i believe in a god and good and evil
Also, if your doing evil or bad things like stealing, watching evil pornography, hate, cheating, perving that can contribute to your women restriction or add to your depression because god stop protecting you from evil spiritual forces if you're doing bad things. Kind've like karma.
 

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I've never heard so much bullshit in all my life. Go take your religious ramblings elsewhere, as this isn't the type of forum where your brand of propaganda will be accepted kindly.
 

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In my entire life, I've never heard so much nonsense. Your brand of religious indoctrination won't be well received in this type of discussion, so please take your ramblings somewhere.
 

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I've never heard so much bullshit in all my life. Go take your religious ramblings elsewhere, as this isn't the type of forum where your brand of propaganda will be accepted kindly.
In my entire life, I've never heard so much nonsense. Your brand of religious indoctrination won't be well received in this type of discussion, so please take your ramblings somewhere.

That was unnecessary from both of you, neither of you needed to be so rude and insulting with your comments. You don't agree then don't comment or express yourself in a more polite civil manner.
 

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That was unnecessary from both of you, neither of you needed to be so rude and insulting with your comments. You don't agree then don't comment or express yourself in a more polite civil manner.

I'm sorry, but I thought discussion about religion and politics was very much frowned upon here.
 

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I'm sorry, but I thought discussion about religion and politics was very much frowned upon here.
As per the Code of Conduct, religious discussion is allowed, but debates about religion aren't (which probably specifically means posts targeting an actual argumentative debate, in the, "up for debate section," and uncivilized arguments in general.)

I think the unwritten law of the land is, religious discussion is fine, so long as people are civil (which people often aren't, thus the rule above, and the tendency to avoid talking about such things). Telling a new member that their view is bullshit propoganda, is probably not the most civil and welcoming thing to do to a new member.

If you divorce the OP's post from any personal/spiritual convictions, they are basically stating that, rejection is a call to up your game. And that's debatable enough on it's own.

I happen to disagree with OP myself about many aspects of their view; but, other than that, it's not uncommon for men to think of rejection as a call to improve upon themselves. No biggy...
 
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As per the Code of Conduct, religious discussion is allowed, but debates about religion aren't (which probably specifically means posts targeting an actual argumentative debate, in the, "up for debate section," and uncivilized arguments in general.)

I think the unwritten law of the land is, religious discussion is fine, so long as people are civil (which people often aren't, thus the rule above, and the tendency to avoid talking about such things). Telling a new member that their view is bullshit propoganda, is probably not the most civil and welcoming thing to do to a new member.

If you divorce the OP's post from any personal/spiritual convictions, they are basically stating that, rejection is a call to up your game. And that's debatable enough on it's own.

I happen to disagree with OP myself about many aspects of their view; but, other than that, it's not uncommon for men to think of rejection as a call to improve upon themselves. No biggy...

It's pretty hard to divorce the post from any religious themes, as that seems to be the main purpose behind it. I've said my piece though, and I'll leave it there.
 

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As per the Code of Conduct, religious discussion is allowed, but debates about religion aren't (which probably specifically means posts targeting an actual argumentative debate, in the, "up for debate section," and uncivilized arguments in general.)


That is pretty well put. :)
 

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