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Tom is an orphan. In 2003, Christmas, he wrote a letter to God in an orphanage in California.
You know I am a good boy. You gave Henry a father and a mother yesterday, but your did even not give me an aunt, how unfair it is!
Eventually, this letter on which wrote “ God reads personally” transferred to a theologist, who is in mainly charge of writing back as God in a newspaper office concerting Christianism as a special editor. He knew what has happened as soon as he read this letter: Henry has been adopted by people, Tom still kept stay in orphanage.
How to reply Tom? The best straightforward way is, after helping Tom with finding a person who is willing to adopt him, and dealing well with all on the quiet, then to tell Tom , “ Tom, forgives me for my carelessness, such good child like you should have parents, I will give them to you tomorrow.”
For an orphan, does God really reply like this? The theologist felt very contradictory. He thought, for a pathetic child who never enjoys the love of his parents, it doesn’t work to write back like this if he really wants to fill the child in on the God’s equity. After long deliberation, he wrote back to Tom as follows:
Not at all I am expecting that you can now understand this letter, but I now want to tell you, God is fair forever. I want you know: The whole things that can rightly embody my equity are, to freely provide mankind with three kind of things: Life, faith and aim.
Do you know? Each of you gets life freely. So far, it never costs anybody to pay for his life even a penny. Faith and aim, like life, also furnish for you with free change, wherever you will head, whoever you will be, you will own those if only you want to have.
Boy, what I just do about equity in the world is to let life, faith and aim to
be free change, which is also my greatest wisdom as a God. Hope you will understand someday!
After reading over this story wortein Chinese, I deeply appreciate “God” for his wisdom, his unique way of explaining the equity. In reality, I often heard about too much complaints like “ there is no justice in this world.”; “ if there really were any justice in the world, the good man would be rewarded for a good end, and the bad man would get comeuppance.”, etc. Now, I really know why what their complains always in vain, that just because: God is only able to help human
beings with getting the equity in life, faith, and aim, apart from these three, it all depends on ourselves.
What do you think, dear folks here?