Because there's more to life than one's self, status or material things.
(for those dealing with real-life issues and who enjoy participating in stimulating discussions on issues and ideas, crave the thrill of geographic, mental and spiritual exploration and discovery and value local and global community, belonging and old and new friendships)
Are popularity, accomplishment, recognition, respect, wealth, power, fame, even religion not cutting it? Have you tried all the world’s got to offer and in doing so come up empty and unsatisfied? Feel like there's nowhere to turn? How to make your life explode with relevance.
Was Jesus just a man who married Mary Magdalene? Has the church been hiding information from us for years about Jesus? Don't decide too quickly. Examine the evidence first.
Think conclusive cases can't be made for the Bible and Jesus' claim to be the God/Man Messiah? You'd be surprised. The overwhelming mountain of factual, historical evidence is too compelling, too convincing to be ignored.
Encrypt Restore Points or Erase Them, Then Disable System Restore
System Restore and now also Shadow Copy, or Previous Versions, in Windows Vista occasionally take snapshots of your system at different times and save not only them, but also copies of your private files, as Restore Points in hidden folders which are located on each partition and hard drive.
C:\System Volume Information\ in Windows Vista and XP
C:\_Restore\ in Windows Me
WARNING: Leaving System Restore enabled saves viruses and other malware your antivirus software has gotten rid of, which will reinfect your system when taken back to an infected Restore Point.
It also saves system files corrupted by some other cause, which when restored, may mess up or disable your system.
And it leaves your private data accessible to prying eyes by allowing others to easily restore and view them, including all the files you've deleted and even the ones you've securely erased.
You could just erase the Restore Points without disabling System Restore, but that would leave your private data vulnerable if Windows were to create any more Restore Points between erasing sessions.
I strongly recommend saving an image of your clean-installed Windows partition instead, with one of these disk imagers. skip
If you have Windows Me or XP, either load it in Safe Mode (press the F5 button repeatedly when starting or restarting your computer) and log in to your Administrator account (when I tried this method, two files were left that can't be erased)...
...or set the BIOS to boot from your CD drive (here's how), then put BartPE or better yet Ultimate Boot CD for Windows with the Eraser or Drive Eraser plugin in your CD drive and restart.
If you have both Windows 95, 98 or Me and XP installed on FAT partitions, install Eraser in your nonXP Windows.
Click on each _Restore (Windows Me) or System Volume Information (Windows XP) folder to view its contents.
Press Ctrl and A to select all the contents.
Right-click on them, select Erase and click OK to erase them.