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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Human Fate vs. Choice | Prophecies Problem Level Chance of outrunning fate 1. 2. 2 *resources - The Greek gods always resorted to killing the characters or makingtheir lives miserable. 0% Statistics Tragedy is the downfall of a noble hero through a combination of fate and goodwill. Our modern relationship with god is one of spiritual enlightenment and is portrayed positively.However greek tragedies tend to focus on the negative side of the relationship including:*God's role in our fate, through prophecies for example (Just ask Antigone and Oedipus)*The lack of control on your own fate*Being forced to worship the gods*The consequences of angering the gods What are the chances you can outrun your predetermined fate? A fate given by the gods. Not very high right?Thank your lucky stars your fate is determined by your choices and not by the gods. Especially the greek gods. Things that anger the gods:-Thinking about possibly doing something that is above your limits -Attempting something that is deemed above you-Cursing or dishonouring the gods However that wasn't the worst thing. The worst thing is knowing your fate. The ever present knowledge that no matter what you do your prophecy will come true. It's just a matter of time. 1
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