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I do. Miracle depends on oneself.
Debate Score:99
Arguments:81
Total Votes:100
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Do you believe in MIRACLE ?

I do.

Side Score: 45
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Miracle depends on oneself.

Side Score: 54
3 points

fuckin magnets. How do they work? .

Side: I do.
1 point

Sure.

I think the whole universe is a miracle. I think that the fact that women can shit people is a miracle.

Side: I do.
1 point

What's "women can shit" suppose to mean? What do you have against women? What are you going to do now? Insult me because I'm a woman? If you do you better watch your back then. I will take no shit from any man who insults me.

Side: I do.
1 point

I'm a woman!

Why would I insult myself ? do your research better before you say stupid things like that. It says on my profile I'm a woman.

and I said, I think it is a miracle that women shit people. I meant it as in I think it is amazing and extraordinary.

And besides, if I were to insult you, what would you do ??? Caps lock me to death ?

I'm referring to this:

If you do you better watch your back then. I will take no shit from any man who insults me.

Side: I do.
1 point

Definetly

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_(film)

www.imdb.com/title/tt0349825/

Now not having seen the movie myself, having simply googled "miracle" skiped the first link as that refered to "a miracle" and checked the next two links all I can assume is that although some of the events may have been embellished for the sake of entertainment the general outcome was that the USA did indeed win at ice hockey in the 1980s winter olympics beating the much favoured Soviet Union.

Well done you.

Side: I do.
1 point

Yes Miracle Whip!

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Side: I do.
1 point

I DO!!!reason is that a miracle is only something which is beside the ordinary and a possibility is that later on science might prove it that it can happen than its something ordinary but for the time the miracle happened its a MIRACLE!!!

Side: I do.
1 point

Yes, mankind is a miracle!

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Side: I do.

Of course I do. I've seen many miracles in my life in my family, on TV, and more. :)

Side: I do.
3 points

Miracle what? Miracle Whip? Or do you mean miracleS? No I do not believe in miracles. We make our own lives, good or bad. I believe that there are many outcomes of life and some seem pretty surprising, and may seem like "miracles." If there were truly miracles (I assume you mean from God) then God isn't fair, as there are many who deserve miracles and who do not receive them.

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.
3 points

This is a very true statement.

There are people who are starving and dying right now, and where is there miracle?

My miracle is supposedly life, but what about children who are dying?

Can I beg this wicked god from the sky above to take my life, and give my life force to another who deserves it?

Of course not.

Gods do not exist, and if they do, they are surely demons.

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.

I find it funny how people in first world countries like the United States and other european nations can pray to get promotions at their jobs, or that their children excel in school and for some reason god will grant them their prayers and people will view it as a miracle from god.

But when a kid in africa is starving to death, and prays for food and water each and every day, god will not answer and grant this child his miracle. Most Africans are christians or muslims, so they believe in god.

God is too busy giving us western countries our promotions and pay raises, he doesn't have time to grant the starving children in africa the miracle of food and clean water.

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.
starix(27) Disputed
1 point

Is there anything we need to know in order to see miracles happen in our lives? We hear about miracles happening all the time. Why have they not yet happened in our lives? Here are some guidelines from Mark 6:35-44 that may help you: "By this time it was late in the day, so his disciples came to him. 'This is a remote place,' they said, 'and it's already very late. Send the people away so they can go to the surrounding countryside and villages and buy themselves something to eat.' But he answered, 'You give them something to eat.' They said to him, 'That would take eight months of a man's wages! Are we to go and spend that much on bread and give it to them to eat?' 'How many loaves do you have?' he asked. 'Go and see.' When they found out, they said, 'Five-and two fish.' Then Jesus directed them to have all the people sit down in groups on the green grass. So they sat down in groups of hundreds and fifties. Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves. Then he gave them to his disciples to set before the people. He also divided the two fish among them all. They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces of bread and fish. The number of the men who had eaten was five thousand."

Side: I do.

No such thing.

Simple enough for you?

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.
2 points

I do no believe in miracles because nothing good ever happens to me so why should I believe in miracles and I want no shit about why I should. I don't mind if you put it in a kind why but if you get all shitty with I hope you like not sitting for the rest of your life.

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.
2 points

What about the fact that you're alive, that you exist.

What about that you have money to buy a computer, which I bet you have, since you have to use either a computer or some kind of phone to be on CD.

Can you walk, can you talk ?

You can write so I bet you can read too ?

Can you see, can you hear ?

I don't think miracles have to be only good, it can just be general stuff we see in our daily life. Like friends and family.

There are millions of deadly diseases. Isn't it a miracle you haven't got any and haven't died from it yet? thousands of thousand people die everday, isn't it amazing you aren't dead yet?

I know you didn't want people to tell you 'shit' - but when you post an argument like that, then you should just learn that people will comment on it. If you don't want disputes, don't write an argument.

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.

You forgot erections..., those are a miracle too..., at least at my age ;)

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.
Emperor(1348) Disputed
2 points

Life is a painful nightmare of suffering and futility.

It is not a miracle that I am still alive, for I know I will die, as all people do.

Perhaps I will die slowly of brutal goring or a physical accident, filling my last moments with mind breaking pain, or perhaps I will die of disease, rotting slowly from within.

Perhaps I will be shot to death, experiencing the greatest fear imaginable, or maybe I will just be old and forget everyone and everything, slowly wasting away until I am no more.

Soon we will all die, and that "miracle" of life will stop.

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The greatest curse is life, for life is suffering. The only miracle is finally dying, hopefully painlessly.

From the brutal work of trying to survive to simply being born less fortunate, most people live a life of agony and suffering, showing hope for a few brief moments before being crushed again, suffocating you with the mindless futility of living a doomed and painful life.

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There is no worse thing to be than alive. Even miracles seen on the news are nothing more than praising death.

A plane crashes, and a single child survives, protected by the soft corpse of her mother as the plane impacts.

Now an orphan, and requiring surgery, perhaps crippling her for life physically, and most certainly mentally, a miracle has occurred.

Life is a nightmare from hell, the most horrific and diseased, wretched and absolutely corrupted experience that can be imagined.

Miracles do not exist, nor does hope.

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(I am only playing devil's advocate. Life isn't that bad. =D)

Side: I do.
2 points

Facts you need to get straight around me:

1) I hate life and there is no point in living anymore.

2) I'm 14 and I'm on my iPod touch I got for Christmas and no my parent did not by it for me. And yes I believe in Santa so shut the fuck up if you are going to make fun of mex

3) I can walk. How do you think I get to school?

4) yes I can talk but I don't talk much because I'm an anti-social person and I'm not against religions of you are thinking that anti-social means that. Look it up on google and read the second definition. That's how I go by anti-social.

5) I wouldn't be typing if I couldn't read or write stupid!

6) are you making fun of me because I wear glasses?

7) of course I can hear. I don't having hearing aids stupid. I wouldn't be going to a school that teachers talk would I?

8) I don't wan people getting shitty with me because I posted something that I don't believe in.

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.

Yeah, better not fuck with this dude, or Hulk Hogan over here will kick your ass.

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.
1 point

One question. Who is hulk hogan? Really! I have no idea what you are talking about. Sorry for wasting your time by asking a question!

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.

Miracles are only what the mind perceives as beyond reality, otherwise, miracles are not real.

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.
2 points

Miracles lies in oneself. you can define a miracle as an opportunity and Opportunity in created by oneself.

Is there anything we need to know in order to see miracles happen in our lives? We hear about miracles happening all the time. Why have they not yet happened in our lives? Here are some guidelines from Mark 6:35-44 that may help you: "By this time it was late in the day, so his disciples came to him. 'This is a remote place,' they said, 'and it's already very late. Send the people away so they can go to the surrounding countryside and villages and buy themselves something to eat.' But he answered, 'You give them something to eat.' They said to him, 'That would take eight months of a man's wages! Are we to go and spend that much on bread and give it to them to eat?' 'How many loaves do you have?' he asked. 'Go and see.' When they found out, they said, 'Five-and two fish.' Then Jesus directed them to have all the people sit down in groups on the green grass. So they sat down in groups of hundreds and fifties. Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves. Then he gave them to his disciples to set before the people. He also divided the two fish among them all. They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces of bread and fish. The number of the men who had eaten was five thousand."

Side: Miracle depends on oneself.