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“Terrorists are terrorists unless they’re willing to changed to be humans. But this tragic incident is exactly telling us that death is always at hand, we should therefore be prepared to the Judgment of the Living God before the time has come. Have we met the criteria of those who will be saved? Free from murder, sexual immorality, adultery, theft, lie/ deceit, idolatry, false witness? Did we worship the scarlet-purple beast (excuse me Papal Uniforms! Revelation bible verses told us.)? The answers are in us: how we lived our lives before our death. If we died accordingly what God and Christ taught us, what’s to scare/sad about death? Death is plainly negative for many people as natural creations, but death should be cherished as an entry to a better life God is offering. If we are worthy to receive.”
I might be so far from that. Let’s work together!
- Caryl Shayne Bachini, 18-year old UP student, Evangelical missionary, Human activist, Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ)
Making decisions involves a gradual accumulation of facts that support one choice or another. A person choosing a college might weigh factors such as course selection, institutional reputation and the quality of future job prospects.
But if the wrong choice is made, Princeton University researchers have found that it might be the information rather than the brain’s decision-making process that is to blame. The researchers report in the journal Science that erroneous decisions tend to arise from errors, or “noise,” in the information coming into the brain rather than errors in how the brain accumulates information.
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