Science Damnit!. Self Discipline has NOTHING to do with keeping to a new year's resolution, guise! Oh and I don't give two if you want to with them more. Your c Science Damnit! Self Discipline has NOTHING to do with keeping a new year's resolution guise! Oh and I don't give two if you want them more Your c
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Science Damnit!. Self Discipline has NOTHING to do with keeping to a new year's resolution, guise! Oh and I don't give two if you want to with them more. Your c

Self Discipline has NOTHING to do with keeping to a new year's resolution, guise!
Oh and I don't give two ***** if you want to **** with them more. Your choice.
Everything's GOD'S DOING.

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Daphne Mcmichael
The reasen new years resolutions never stay true and stick is because
most of the time we have the wrong motivation and wrong motives ... f
you make a new years resolution to better your self... you will struggle with
that .. but fyou make a resolution with the kingdom of heavens UN mind
and make it . better your relationship with Christ then that' s a resolution
worth keeping(;
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Matt Johnson Hah, no.
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Daphne why new?
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self discipline and are too lazy to continue.
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Matt Johnson A little bit m geography can change that.
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M Matt Johnson resolutions never stick because most people lack
Daphne Mcmichael That isn' t true fer everyine that is a. general
rm. assumption .. and a little geography can change what.??
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Evelyn Virginia Allan To be completely honest, Really agree
with Daphne. Not being able to keep resolutions has nothing to
do with "Self discipline" It has to do with what she said, it' s hard to
better oursleves" alone. So we should better our relationship with
Christ. Which is totally true. Thank you Daphne, fer posting this.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #1 - thatmotherfer
Reply +4 123456789123345869
(01/07/2013) [-]
Facebook should have an IQ test and a personality test that you have to take before you are allowed to create an account.
User avatar #2 to #1 - paintt
Reply 0 123456789123345869
(01/07/2013) [-]
agreed, your move mark zuckerberg.
User avatar #5 - astrozombies **User deleted account**
Reply +2 123456789123345869
(01/07/2013) [-]
lol religion
#4 - godtherapist
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(01/07/2013) [-]
Religion is a form of self discipline. Going to church on a regular basis teaches you regulation, and obligation. Rules of practicing teach you self regulation and application skills.

The whole purpose of religion is to keep people in line and following a set of rules which go against our base instincts. People have just misused it for so long that it has been corrupted butt hat doesn't mean that they have nothing to teach us.

There is a reason why there are so many Jewish Doctors and Lawyers you know.
User avatar #7 to #4 - blueeyeswhitevenom
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(01/07/2013) [-]
Religion is not self discipline. It's rules that someone else decides for you and someone else will decide the consequences if you fail to follow these rules(i.e. going to hell).
So I would rather call it discipline, not self discipline. For me self discipline is simple: Doing something you need to do, without bad consequences given by someone else if you don't keep it up, but still reaching your goal.
User avatar #8 to #7 - godtherapist
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No one forces you to follow the rules of a Religion. Personal belief is the only factor that causes a person to continue to live within the confines of a religion.

There are always consequences to our actions (and inaction). Even in your own definition there is repercussions. You say "Do something you need to do", that implies that if you do not do it then there is an action that will be displeasing to you in return.

For example, people who force themselves to exercise everyday do so because they feel if they do not then they will become fat, or unfit.
User avatar #9 to #8 - blueeyeswhitevenom
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(01/07/2013) [-]
No, no one forces you. But can you choose to be religious? I'm an atheist and i couldn't be religious if i tried. So there is no choice in what you believe. But if you are christian for example, it is your belief that if you do not follow these rules, you go to hell. So actually in a christians mind, someone else is giving him these rules that they have to live by. And there will be consequences given by some one else. To me, self discipline is about you choosing your rules or assignement(i.e. excercise) and you choose the consequences for failing yourself. From the moment some one else gives you rules or consequences it's just discipline. Getting fat is a consequence, but not one that is given to you by another person. If you choose to go to the gym every day, I agree, that is self discipline.
#10 - anon id: 46453684
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(01/08/2013) [-]
you know, as silly as this seems to me, i usually tend to live and let live about this sort of this. in this case, this seems like a level of irresponsibility that would spill over into other people's lives.

dont have enough time to get your work done? dont look at your lifestyle / schedule and ask why you have no time. just pray to god to help you get your work done. also dont worry about your co-workers depending on you to get your stuff done who might not share your religious beliefs.

i went through a rough patch with my parents last summer when i came home from school. my mother had unearthed all this **** about how my dad had been doing drugs and lost our house for drug money, all while cheating on her. i went to stay with my long time friend and explained the situation to him and his mom. her only advice for me was to "pray to god to help see me through it". as an atheist, i think i would have benefitted much more from a piece of advice formed from her life experiences, seeing as she has a good 25, 30 years on me.
it should also be noted that im not bitter at my friend's mom at all just because of that. she was offering me a place to stay after all.

so tl;dr, if you wanna be religious, fine. the second it starts affecting my life, now we have a problem.
#6 - anon id: 36cbaf38
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(01/07/2013) [-]
Go suck a dick OP. If she wants to be christian let her be ******* christian. Jesus ******* christ.
**** you you stupid ************.
User avatar #3 - oodlesandoodles
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(01/07/2013) [-]
Oh, for the love of God, if she's Christian, let her be Christian. No one in this is judging or insulting you, and you're flipping **** because of their beliefs? **** you, dude