i think i am no longer sad now. i realize now why God allowed this tragedy and it makes sense. Kobe was a hero to so many, but only mainly to kids in the basketball/sports sense. alot of people would not have noticed his charity work or being a father or being a mentor. i think those things got overlooked. sad it had to take death to open our eyes to the fact God had given us a superhero to walk amongst us , to strive to be like, and we didnt even know it or realize it. i think thats why what happened, happened. we are now open to seeing just how great MAN he was and was becoming, more than just a sports star. i just read this story i am now forever changed. i now understand e had an angel here on earth hiding his wings from us. thank you, Kobe! you will be my new inspiration and my new hero. in how you lived and how you helped others to live even better. take those wings and FLY!
@Sij religious people tends to describe the ex-religious people that are leaving their faith just because of depressions and stuff which are not exactly true because there are also many factors and reasons people leave their faith that such as, since there are so many beliefs claim to be the only truth and others are wrong, that can only lead to one truth that is no beliefs is true hence, people who used to be religious leave their faith because of these reasons. Heck, there are even people who are even more evangelically more religious than others who leave their own faith with very similar reasons.
@Marcomarco okay the thing was all that was a whole lot of vague rubbish lol, like I know literally anything or anyone u cant just stamp good, or bad, I mean you can, but that would be taking the easy way out. But religion is so deep rooted in cultures, it effects so much of how a person is.
Like the Gun argument, its in the 2nd ammendment right of an American to bear arms, and it shapes a more violent culture where things are settled with guns, while guns are completely forbided and against the law in a lot of countries like Japan for instance, where u must go through strict regulations to get one, in the most docile non violent countries.
Although I understand the point ur getting at, like in the end of the day it is up to the person not the religion itself, but the religion itself greatly influences how u act and behave as a person, that forms the good or bad question.
@_ajay_ This God you speak of has taken lots from me ... and returning something better .... Thas a No from Me !
We are the creators of our own destiny, that said when things change, people get taken or you get hit by terrible diseases .... for no reason what so ever ... you can sit there and say that things come back better? yea, sorry .. deffo disagree, and I am living proof of that :/