I'm a young woman, inquisitive about life and indecisive about what path I want to take in life.
I'm through playing what I did to other people over and over and over again in my mind and their negative reactions toward it. I'm tired of imagining wanting to hurt or kill them for it but preventing myself from doing it so I stay out of jail.
So I've decided to just turn myself over to the police. And whether they choose to press charges or not, it doesn't matter. I committed a crime and that alone should be enough to put me away.3 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 day ago
Are the ghosts depicted in Asian horror films really human souls? If so, WHY do they prey on the living?
Especially when they THEMSELVES were innocent before they died?1 AnswerPolls & Surveys2 days ago
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How come the ghosts so often depicted in Asian horror films seem to be unstoppable or uncontainable ?
It seems like every film of that nature depicts a spectral being incapable of being reasoned with or defeated by any other means other than appeasement. Why is that?
Answer1 AnswerMythology & Folklore2 weeks ago
So, are the ghosts so often portrayed in Japanese/Chinese/Korean/Thai/Filipino Thriller/Horror films actually demons?
Given their cruelty, selfishness and barbarity which are all inherent in their malevolent nature, it makes you think: are they REALLY tormented, battered, restless souls of the people who died such tragic deaths? Or are they really demons who have taken a humanoid form?3 AnswersMythology & Folklore3 weeks ago
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Well, I'm not a criminal by heart, but that would mean that I could life entirely for myself without worrying about eternity.11 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 months ago
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