warner keisham

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We're Suffering in This World As Such


If God love us, why there is suffering?
If we’re all son of God, why there is killing?
If God is the director, why (on scene) is tragedy having?
If God want us, why (on this earth) we are coming?

The answer is very simple;
Lets understand with a simple example;
As we are all son of God, we have His little quality,
The quality is nothing, but the freedom of living independently.

Like the father, as the son is also “Independent”!
When a father says, O my child! , don’t go there, you’ll suffer then;
Being his own child, he/she says, please father once;
And father is unwilling to accept whatever the wants!

But the child insisted again & again,
Then, finally the father let him/her go again.
That’s why even-though God love us,
We are suffering in this world as such!

Submitted: Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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