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Does everything happens for a reason?

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Yes. I believe so. For everything there is a reason, a time for every purpose under heaven. If you have a bible or a source online, look up Ecclesiastes 3.
In my personal opinion, Yes everything does happen for a reason. It is our own actions that might lead to something good or bad happening but it will happen eventually. what we do sets an image on who we are and it applies to our lives, and everyone around us sees us and judge us for the way we are whether we like it or not. sorry to get off topic here, but yes i think everything in our lives happens for a reason. :)
This ties in with your question. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5um8QWWRvo

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