This has been on my mind for some time, and I can’t come up with anything better than what blogger Stephen “Yolly” Yolland has written here, so I’m sharing it with you all.
One of the more difficult things for anyone with a brain to work out is “Why?”
Why do the most terrible things happen?
Why do a bunch of suicidal terrorists slaughter dozens of wonderful, bright, inquisitive, compassionate children and their teachers in pursuit of their goals, for example?
Why does a crazed gunman shoot people in a Sydney cafe?
Why do suicidal fanatics and car bombs regular reap their bloody toll of death in countries the world over, and in the Middle East especially?
Why does a father kill his two tiny daughters to “punish” his ex wife?
Why? Why? Why? What possible purpose do all these events hold?
Is it all part of some cosmic plan? Or is it an entirely random, meaningless moment in time? Disgusting in its mundanity.
Does it represent some titanic battle between supernatural forces of good and evil? Or is it merely a dull and…
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