When we do not ask

January 31, 2011 2:51am CST
When we do not ask, then we are given something unilaterally, whether it includes "our debt" ..? Another term like this: When we are given something that is not our will, But the gift was very happy we are, because it turns out we do need the gift, The question: Is the gift included "our debt" ...?
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5 responses
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
17 Feb 11
Giving is not the same with debt. In granting termed religious gifts. Prizes do not include debt. It would be better if people who are giving back. We apologize if I'm wrong.
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
5 Feb 11
No ............. It's called luck and I suggest should not be rejected. It is a gift / gift or blessing from God given through other people. We also have to be an intermediary for God's blessing for others.
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
4 Feb 11
he .. he .. he .. if GRANTING it from a fellow human being, then, the answer is NO ... because ... we never asked for ..., (although it turns out we do need it) but .., THERE'S NO OBLIGATION TO PAY for the return and giving it ..., because his contract was not in debt .... and if .., it turns out from GRANTING OF ALMIGHTY .., where all creatures depend on Him .., then, we "HAVE owe" Him .., why not ..??? because ... enough to .. His command is doing what ... and away ... what to banning ...
• Indonesia
3 Feb 11
Why do you not feel it as a good luck because there is God who gives it to you by someone who moved him. Intelligent people are always grateful and thankful to all the goodness of God, it's no different with people who always remember God's goodness and supplication (requests) that are not pronounced.
@advokatku (4037)
• Indonesia
31 Jan 11
Depending on the intention of the giver. If the giver intends to give as gifts, that's not loans or debt that must be paid or to be paid back and we also do not have to feel indebted. But if the giver expect appreciation, like it or not, that's became debts and we must reply it