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14th Apr '16 6:14:29 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Christianity (especially Orthodox one) states that this is the main problem of people's sufferings, as after the Fall of Men, people ''cannot help but sin''. Understanding this and seeing this, combining through overcoming with the God's help your sins is the solution.

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* Christianity (especially Orthodox one) (particularly Orthodox) states that this is the main problem cause of people's sufferings, as after suffering. As a consequence of the Fall of Men, Man, people ''cannot help but sin''. Understanding sin'', unless they recognize this fault, repent, and seeing this, combining through overcoming overcome it with the God's help your sins is the solution.help.
8th Apr '16 1:37:31 PM nighttrainfm
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** The Cluemaster, a minor Batman villain compelled to leave clues at the scenes of his crimes, was one of Arkham's few success stories. Unfortunately, he was cured of the compulsion to leave clues behind, not of a desire to steal things. His main claim to fame is being the father of Stephanie Brown, aka Spoiler / Robin / Batgirl / [[ContinuityReboot Spoiler.]]

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** The Cluemaster, a minor Batman villain compelled to leave clues at the scenes of his crimes, was one of Arkham's few success stories. Unfortunately, he was cured of the compulsion to leave clues behind, not of a desire to steal things. His main claim to fame is being the father of Stephanie Brown, aka Spoiler / Robin / Batgirl [[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 Batgirl]] / [[ContinuityReboot Spoiler.]]
1st Apr '16 10:26:26 AM ObsidianFire
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** In an even straighter example of the trope, the only reason he ran away was because he was afraid that he was not good at being good, and [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption Failure Was The Only Option]]. Maybe Spicer's a bit more GenreSavvy than we'd guess.

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** In an even straighter example of the trope, the only reason he ran away was because he was afraid that he was not good at being good, and [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption Failure Was The Only Option]]. Maybe Spicer's a bit more GenreSavvy smarter than we'd guess.
21st Feb '16 4:37:46 AM ading
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* ''Theatre/{{Macbeth}}'' realizes several times, most prominently after the feast, the wrongness of what he's done and that he still has a chance to turn back. [[IgnoredEpiphany He doesn't.]]
* Similarly, ''Theatre/DoctorFaustus'' ''almost'' repents frequently throughout the play, but keeps convincing himself that he's too far gone, even when ''an angel'' tells him otherwise. Even as he's about to be sent to Hell for eternity, Faustus [[TooDumbToLive makes a speech begging to be given more time to live so he can repent, even though he could easily just repent then and there and save himself.]]
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24th Jan '16 11:15:20 AM Anata
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* in ''Series/OnceUponATime'' Gold's arc is built over playing with this trope. He becomes too reliant on the power dark magic has to offer him, and eventually misses out on all the uppotunities he had to become a good man and a hero, no matter what he had to sacrifice in order to get this uppotunity (his wife, his child - twice, his second marriage...)
** Regina eventually subverts this trope, after spending most of seasons 1-2 being chronically evil.
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