May be I should not say this and I will never ask a question or answer one anonymously. I am going to be true to myself and ask you this without hiding. I already know some people can be cruel, but many times I get some sincere answers.
Why do you think wealthy people or people that are financially stable, they don't seem to be very religious? Meantime, people that trust in God or whom ever they trust seem to struggle their entire life. I see people that are just always poor. I know people personally that are die hard religious. I never see there life get better. These are the people that will put there last dollar in church, praying for a miracle. I am not saying I believe this, before you jump down on me. I had someone ask me this question. I am curious what you think. Don't answer please if you are sending insults. Thanks.
Answer by indigostone at 2:42 PM on Jan. 25, 2009
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Answer by gemgem at 10:36 AM on Jan. 25, 2009
I give you props for having the balls to post this.
I have to say that reflecting on this question and thinking about the poorest areas and the poorest nations, that Christianity is a recurrent theme.
So the conclusion that I have drawn from this, is that non-religious people are far more proactive in achieving their needs and goals instead of wishing (which is what praying amounts to) that things were better.
Answer by beeky at 10:44 AM on Jan. 25, 2009
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