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Micro-Cyberbrony

All lives matter.
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Because sSometimes people can become too attached.

Even though the deceased person has moved on to a higher plane of existence outside of the corporeal world (and the person's own body), some people are still thinking that they're with them.

That may be true, but we cannot have a conversation with them since they exist as a soul [spoiler](and eventually, move on, either to Heaven or hell, depending on their life choices. Everyone builds their own life.)[/spoiler].

I know that atheists don't believe this, but thankfully some respect the belief without saying it's wrong or not real.
Heck, some of them even became christians. Even a satanist, John Ramirez, became a christian after a horrifying experience.

One thing, for certain, is that no self-respecting christian would tell someone to go to hell since they're not flawless.

I may see something as wrong, but that doesn't mean I'm perfect. I have a lot to work on myself (in terms of character). Christians can help guide and comfort people by offering alternative solutions to a problem.
Heck, any person with a conscience set on good and common sense can do that.

Sorry if I'm going in a tangent.
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Micro-Cyberbrony

All lives matter.
"@Prometheus labs CEO":/images/2192081#comment_8708779

Because sometimes people can become too attached.

Even though the deceased person has moved on to a higher plane of existence outside of the corporeal world (and the person's own body), some people are still thinking that they're with them.

That may be true, but we cannot have a conversation with them since they exist as a soul [spoiler](and eventually, move on, either to Heaven or hell, depending on their life choices. Everyone builds their own life.)[/spoiler].

I know that atheists don't believe this, but thankfully some respect the belief without saying it's wrong or not real.
Heck, some of them even became christians.

One thing, for certain, is that no self-respecting christian would tell someone to go to hell since they're not flawless. I may see something as wrong, but that doesn't mean I'm perfect. I have a lot to work on myself (in terms of character). Christians can help guide people by offering alternative solutions to a problem. Heck, any person with a conscience set on good and common sense can do that.
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