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by NewBornProdigy
03 Dec 2010, 02:58
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Depression
Replies: 83
Views: 28964

I work out every day, it helps because I feel worse if I do nothing, but it isn't a solve. And I'm quite polite all of the time to be honest, everyone says I am anyway. It doesn't seem to be a chemical problem, chronic deppression or manic is usually phsycologically based personally you seem to be ...
by NewBornProdigy
29 Nov 2010, 10:13
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Religion
Replies: 2399
Views: 257321

I don't see how you can have any moral code or a conscience without a God. Anyways, morality in society today has religious roots. Morality in modern day society is based off its religious influence, Christianity for us... Most of Christianities morality came from the teachings of Socrates, Plato a...
by NewBornProdigy
28 Nov 2010, 12:45
Forum: Skills
Topic: Question about mastering dribbling
Replies: 5
Views: 1503

The trick to mastering dribbling is the explosion. The acceleration to move in any direction once you turn/cut/feint the ball You could beat every player on a pitch 11 times each if you can master the art of explosive pace. Eg. is Messi The style at which you beat a player is immaterial, but the nex...
by NewBornProdigy
28 Nov 2010, 12:30
Forum: English football
Topic: The Red Devils thread
Replies: 40
Views: 16558

Ward9310 wrote:
collin wrote:nowhere i want tottenham to win it all they deserve it!
Get out.
Haha :D

The most positive thing for United so far has been Berbatov finally earning his wage
by NewBornProdigy
28 Nov 2010, 12:19
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Depression
Replies: 83
Views: 28964

After a prolonged amount of pain and suffering, those feelings are replaced, and you are rewarded, and have learnt something. If that is the case, then why do I feel as if I have taken 1 step forward, followed by 5 steps backward? Why do I feel as though the lessons I thought I would have learnt, h...
by NewBornProdigy
27 Nov 2010, 17:42
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Religion
Replies: 2399
Views: 257321

What lessons does it teach exactly? Correct me if I'm wrong but the story starts with God drowning all the men and animals (the fish, and birds that can swim, get off easy) for their wicked ways, except Noah and his family. Why did the animals Noah wasn't instructed to save have to suffer too? Its ...
by NewBornProdigy
27 Nov 2010, 16:40
Forum: Community
Topic: It's been a while!
Replies: 68
Views: 19519

mint, your in England... start looking :D
by NewBornProdigy
26 Nov 2010, 17:30
Forum: Community
Topic: It's been a while!
Replies: 68
Views: 19519

This is crazy, i feel like a noobie again :D
by NewBornProdigy
22 Nov 2010, 10:21
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Religion
Replies: 2399
Views: 257321

Religion, in my opinion isn't flawed, because it can be interpreted in many ways, so it can be interpreted the right way. You could say that is a flaw in itself, but how many things can be interpreted in only one single way. Religion like all things is flawed... Theres nothing on the planet that is...
by NewBornProdigy
20 Nov 2010, 23:02
Forum: English football
Topic: The Gunners Thread
Replies: 225
Views: 57278

I miss the presence of a clinical finisher in the team. Henry was such a loss

The whole team was based around defending leads after his goals
by NewBornProdigy
20 Nov 2010, 22:59
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Religion
Replies: 2399
Views: 257321

Does that mean God helps you make the wrong decisions? Credit where credit is due etc. He's not saying that at all man But we believe our faith will guide us, and that God helps us to make the right decisions. This is a good approach to take toward any Religion (as I stated a few posts back) trust ...
by NewBornProdigy
20 Nov 2010, 17:34
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Religion
Replies: 2399
Views: 257321

klc123 wrote:I do good things because I believe they are the right things to do, and that is the one and only reason I do them.
Proving Hughs point. Religion is not nessecary to be a good person
by NewBornProdigy
19 Nov 2010, 18:27
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Religion
Replies: 2399
Views: 257321

Hugh wrote:No one needs religion to be a good man, and how can a kind action be truly selfless if it is performed in the fear of a higher power?
Nail on the head.
by NewBornProdigy
17 Nov 2010, 10:32
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Religion
Replies: 2399
Views: 257321

Religion is such a vast beautiful, poetic and cruel system It is far beyond all of us to understand any one religion to the point of perfect beleif, but further-more the dynamics of your brain is far above such restrictive and suppressive ideas of monotheism and faith All of you need to realise is R...
by NewBornProdigy
13 Nov 2010, 17:59
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: UK politics - the cuts
Replies: 27
Views: 9234

As I wish all posts were of the nature of yours and rathertons, unfortunately that ideal is not likely to happen. Difference is you can change my problem, I can't change yours As far as I know it shouldn't be on a demand basis, it is education not business. I thought most school would be based arou...