Why Do People Feel the Need to "Belong" to a Certain Religion?
It's sad really, the masses want to either follow in the footsteps of some prophet that is written about in some "holy" book or just deny the existence of God. There has to be something different out there right? Do people really need to feel secure that their spiritual beliefs are backed up by millions if not billions of people worldwide? Why would anyone like being labeled anyways? Don't they teach you in school about how labels aren't good for people because all they do is cause fights between the 2 groups? When the bros fight the scene kids it's very similar to when the Christians fight the Muslims, except instead of the groups sharing a common hairstyle and sense of fashion they just share the same holy book and prophet.
People need to start thinking for themselves, and once they have themselves and their god situation figured out then they should help everyone else they know, but not force their beliefs down their throat. It just seems like the masses are so insecure with themselves now a days that they have to belong in something wherever they head off to in life.
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- Scientists say coordinating movements leads to increased intimacy and sexual desire in a couple.
- The improved rapport and empathy was also observed in people who didn't know each other.
- Non-verbal clues are very important in the development stages of a relationship.
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- According to some relatively new research, many of our early human cousins preceded Homo sapien migrations north by hundreds of thousands or even millions of years.
- Cross-breeding with other ancient hominids gave some subsets of human population the genes to contend and thrive in colder and harsher climates.
- Behavioral and dietary changes also helped humans adapt to cold climates.
The comics titan worked for more than half a century to revolutionize and add nuance to the comics industry, and he built a vast community of fans along the way.
- Lee died shortly after being rushed to an L.A. hospital. He had been struggling with multiple illnesses over the past year, reports indicate.
- Since the 1950s, Lee has been one of the most influential figures in comics, helping to popularize heroes that expressed a level of nuance and self-doubt previously unseen in the industry.
- Lee, who's later years were marked by some financial and legal tumult, is survived by his daughter, Joan Celia "J.C." Lee.
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