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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (3)
I'm not saying that it necessarily has to be my religion, but yes, I do believe that a lot of conflict would be ended if there was either one religion or none at all.
These fights over religion are borderline insanity and completely meaningless, so taking away the cause of the fighting SHOULD help calm things down.

A downside is that this is getting into communist territory, which is nice to stay away from. Downside #2 is that I'm a firm believer that differences are important in defining ourselves, so this would be somewhat counterintuitive.

All in all, would the world get a bit better, probably yes, but would a little piece inside of everyone die, yeah.
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (10)
Ey man, nice to know that nothing horrible has happened.
I'm trying not to suggest anything health wise, but I will say that you have to remember that we're all human.

So, it's nice that you're doing okay now, and will hopefully continue that trend.
Take care and get well soon.

(It was hard resisting the urge to include some sort of advice in there haha)
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (1)
I guess that if there were to be any way of convincing me in either side it would be through improving our telescope technology to see back to the creation of the universe. (Even though that would be in a COMPLETELY different area of the universe)
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (1)
I also found a link, [LINK] it's actually an interesting read and I'd like to thank Hubay for bringing the idea to our attention. Despite the fact that I would love The Divine Comedy to have painted a perfect picture of Heaven and Hell (which I don't and haven't believed ever, despite the fact that it's my ideal after-life) I think I just dropped the idea of there being a devil, thanks again for the insight Hubay.
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (1)
I guess I'd have to say that I'm agnostic. While I want to maintain Christian beliefs I simply cannot. Whenever i rack my brain for answers I come to the conclusion that there is a god, with the nature of said god being unknown. I can't come to accept a holy book or a preacher or a miracle as none of which can logically be verified. I also find that a god must exist because while nothing can come from nothing, a god is a higher possibility than the simple idea of matter creating itself. So I find myself to be an agnostic, believing that there is some greater being that created matter, and from there I don't truely believe anything else.
Blog: Weekly Update: New Deliverance?!  
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (2)
wow, i think i squeeled like a little girl at a Beiber concert when I saw this. Deliverance is the first game by you that caught my attention and the ending left somewhat of a sour taste in my mouth. It was set up so nicely plot wise, the magic system was great, and I loved the characters. While it's not going to be the same game that I came to fall in love with, it's going to be great to see the old game brought back to life and to have the old plot, while changed and somewhat predictable, concluded. Good luck, I can't wait to finally be able to continue Deliverance!
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (3)
the issue when you take a break while working on your own is that you can lose momentum. Sure, it's great to get a little time to relax and such, but it can cause the death of a project. I've had friends who start out great, finish a game half way, then kill it by taking a "short" break. Laziness and procrastination are mass murderers in the field of game production.
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (7)
Well, I can't say I blame you. I'm a musician myself and part of my reason for going to school for computer science is so that I can work my music into that. If it means that much to you, then by all means continue your composing, but I don't take back my comment that you should try to reduce the stress of doing 5 solo projects at once. I know what it's like to work with a million items on your plate, and while I wouldn't say slow down (because you might lose all momentum), I would definately recommend getting some help with something to lower the work load.
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (12)
Sounds like everything's coming along pretty well. Alora Fane's really gotten me excited.
With everything on your plate, it seems like you're really doing well and not procrastinating nearly as much as I would.
The music is the one thing that i think could be dealt with in a different manner. I know a few other developers and what they'll usually do is find a collaborater that will do all of the music for them. It might have its drawbacks, but it really speeds up the process with everything going on, and can sometimes allow for a better theme from someone more specialized in the field. I enjoy your music on the piano, but it seems like you spend a good amount of time on it and end up stressing over it a bit too much.
It's all your choice, but I still think that getting help from someone on the music end of things would really reduce the stress.
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Rating Orb Bellamyfan 18 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 24C 1F
7 years ago | (7)
I've put money into far more useless things before, and at such a cheap cost it doesn't seem like it would be much of an issue anyway. To support a game developer who's games have amused me for years, i think deliverance was what first caught my eye, five dollars is nothing.
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