I have a question that me and my husband talk about from time to time. we dont totally agree on this, so I would like to have others thoughts as well. Do you believe, that before you are born, your life is determined for you. I dont mean the path you will take or the choices you will make, because of course that would eliminate free will, but do you think you are put on this earth for a period of time, to learn lessons and to teach lessons and when you have accomplished what god had in mind for you, then your time here on earth is done? Do you think they day of your death was pre-determinded before you got here? It has been said, that earth is only your temporary home, you are here only to teach and learn lessons heaven is your permanant home where you are suppose to be. I do believe that you have a time to die and when that time comes no matter what you do it will happen. when my son had his terrible accident the day after halloween, my MIL felt a bit of quilt, because halloween night my son had asked to stay alnight with her. she wasnt feeling well so she told him not tonight maybe in a couple of days. She thought that if she had let him stay the accident never would have happened and i dont believe that, It may not have happened in the manor in which it occured but It would have happened in some other way. Does anyone else feel this way too. i often get this twang of guilty feelings, like if i had done this or that things might have been different. And then i think, no they wouldnt have because it was his time. Cayden truly was a special child, he always had a smile on his face and the most angelic looking face you have ever seen. Maybe that is because I am his mother that I think this, but i have had other people tell me the same thing. He touched many lives in his 4 short yrs, always happy always made everyone smile and was a loving little boy. I believe he was an angel sent from above, for us to care for and love for the short time he was here, he was here to spread love and joy to all people and he did just that. I am just curious to know what everyone else thinks on this subject.
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