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Top Voted Spirituality / Religion Articles

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Valentine’s Day This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     Valentine’s Day is a day of love and romance for some, a day of chocolate and cards for others, but for many, it is a day of bitter desperation and longing. Every year when Valentine’s Day comes around, I... (more »)
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How Does Nature Help To Prove God's Existance?
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How Nature Helps to Prove God’s Existence Nature looks up to God, the trees, mountains, the sun shines down on us, the world is full of amazing miracles; The creatures are complex in how they are made and look, each one being different... (more »)
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Death Penalty This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     Constant debates rage over whether the death penalty is an accurate illustration of American culture, and if it’s even constitutional. One argument is that the justice system is hypocritical in how it portrays... (more »)
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Time and Life This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     One day you wake up, get ready and go to school. Before you know it, the day passes. Then a week, a month, a year, a decade, and soon, your lifetime. But what did you do with all that time? Or, more importantly, what... (more »)
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Holiday Has-Been This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     Halloween does not deserve to be called a holiday. “Holiday” means “holy day,” but Halloween does not fit this definition. It has deteriorated into a candy fest and a costume-celebrating... (more »)
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What Will You See? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
      They say that when you die your life flashes before your eyes. Will you see anything other than a small black box in the corner of your room? Will your only companions be the remote and the cast of... (more »)
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My Religion This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
I have a magnet on my mirror stating, “Life is not about finding yourself – life is about creating yourself.” This is the statement I live by. Many people do not believe me when I say I am an atheist. They don’t understand that I simply... (more »)
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Mars This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     How much did it cost to assemble Spirit and Opportunity? I’ll tell you: $800 million. That’s a big hunk of money that could resolve problems like health care, schools, the effects of natural disasters, and... (more »)
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Logic This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     January 31, 2006 was a momentous day I will not soon forget. A good friend called to ask if I would join him for coffee. It was on this day that I came to respect an ideal that I otherwise would have given no thought... (more »)
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The Sun is Up This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
     If Los Angeles is the city of angels, what is New York? Perhaps it is the city of kindness? Peace? Surely you can ask any taxi driver or listen to any upper-class passerby you bump into on Fifth Avenue and you will... (more »)
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#11
"Thou Shalt Not Kill"?
What if hunting was wrong? What if hunting for a purpose was wrong? What if we couldn’t kill our food? Would we become vegetarians? Would we starve or freeze to death in the winter? Well, I believe that killing for a purpose is not wrong.... (more »)
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#12
Hurting Others?
If you could live a life without hurting any other beings, would you? Most of us say yes, without even thinking about it. But most of us wouldn’t really think about not squishing a bug or not hitting someone back or being a vegetarian. I... (more »)
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#13
In A World of Followers
In a world where we put ourselves first and foremost, our pride and popularity signifies a vast amount of importance to us, and our human compassion is so quickly replaced by a judging heart, our souls sink away, creating a shallow and demeaning... (more »)
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#14
What Matters
What really matters? In my mind many different things matter. Family matters, love matters, friendship matters, and religion matters. So many different things matter it’s hard to just say one thing matters. If I had to choose I would say... (more »)
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What is the meaning of life?
How many of you have ever asked this question, What is the meaning of life? I'm guessing at some point in every humans life that question is asked. I honestly have no idea what the meaning of life is, and neither do you. What I do know, is that... (more »)
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#16
Simplicity and Serenity
According to Lindbergh, those who choose simplicity, chooses complication, and war, prison, and survival periods are all forms of simplicity on man. Therefore, simplicity in life brings in serenity. There are many different ways that this matter... (more »)
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