Comic 32 - Chapter 2: Page 14
3rd Aug 2014, 3:46 PM in Innocence
Chapter 2: Page 14
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Author Notes:
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ep1
Thank you guys for your support!! >< More topics will be dealt in further soon.

P.s. I promise I will respond all previous comments by tomorrow.
User comments:
KarToon12 edit delete reply
KarToon12
He's definately got a point there.
ep1 edit delete reply
ep1
Yup, the fascination of how our lives are so intertwined with nature. :)
defo18 edit delete reply
defo18
Curing diseases must run in the family
ep1 edit delete reply
ep1
As the old saying goes: An apple a day keeps the doctor away
JasonDeroga edit delete reply
JasonDeroga
Good explanation! Can't argue with that logic!
Bear edit delete reply
Bear
Logic !???
ep1 edit delete reply
ep1
Thanks! ^^ More interesting explanations will be coming soon.
Frith Ra (Guest) edit delete reply
Is it not also possible that God allows people to be tested, or to suffer, so that they may grow spiritually? I know that this is a difficult concept for many to wrapped their minds around, but it's always difficult for the finite to understand the infinite. & it's possible that some tests, obviously not the ones we bring on ourselves, of course, can be like a healing medicine.
ep1 edit delete reply
ep1
If it's a test that could improve a person's well being, I guess it's possible. :)
NiaNook edit delete reply
NiaNook
It's always interesting to see different interpretations of different faiths, and it's surprising how many things hit really close to home for me, here

I always think of being born as like being sent off to school. We have limited contact with our Father-in-Heaven and learn and grow through trials and hardships. We are even 'tested' with how we use our free will, and once we die and "go back home", we'll be much more well rounded and will fully experience happiness, because we experienced suffering ('cause it's hard to appreciate something until you've had to live without it, haha).

Anyway, your art is very clean and easy on the eyes. It's an overall fascinating comic. :D