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**Thanks for front page! And the for all the reviews, this went better then I thought it would. Thanks. =)**

I hope you like it!! ^_^

Note:
This is an assignment I did for Grade 12 Religion class. It was literally done in one day, on sunday. It does have a spiritual/religious element to it, so for you violence/booby craving NGers out there, it may turn you off.

It is about following the path of light. The figure is born with a clean heart and he must walk the path of his life journey and recognize good and evil. He has opportunities to do good or to do evil in his life. To stay on the path of light he has to do good thus making his heart redder and bigger, symbolizing his good. Enjoy!!

The music: Glósóli by Sigur Rós

Thanks to Joe R. for the icon.
Thanks to my group memebers for their support and ideas: Dan and Jess. Also thanks to Brennan, Kyra and Andrea, who were also my group memebers but doing a different part, they are awesome too.

Reviews


longcat3longcat3

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 25, 2009

Sad but true

you're a god, man.
i can't really give less than 10 to this!


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skeletosskeletos

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 26, 2009

w0w

i generally dont wander down into the religion section, but that moved me


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PeanutButtersPeanutButters

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 9, 2009

Cangratulations.

That was epic-ly moving.



VulpineFoxDemonVulpineFoxDemon

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 16, 2009

Sweet but corny

The parts about helping others were touching, if not particularly deep. However, doing drugs isn't particularly evil. It's dangerous and I certainly wouldn't reccomend it, but doing drugs doesn't necessarily hurt others.


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AerenGreyAerenGrey

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 30, 2009

Insightfull...

"There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so" William Shakespeare


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