This post was edited by freetofly at 2012-4-8 21:59|
I just read the above thread about the 12-year–old girl who has to take care of her father by herself alone.
Why is life so unfair? God has given her more to do than she have time or energy to doThis girl is unlucky, but she is strong. She is still a little girl and she just takes what the fate hand her
If I am her parents, I prefer not to have her in this world. When she grows up, she will realize that even she struggles for the whole life, she will be rewarded much less. On the contrary, if one were born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he can get everything he wants beyond the majority of other kids’ imagination.
There are injustices. There are minor issues, such as your colleague just got a promotion, or somebody just bought a bigger house, your classmate earned much more money than you although he is neither intelligent nor diligent. Also there are some huge ones. Somebody’s kid is diagnosed as infantile autism, the prevalence of which is just 0.05% He just got cancer and suddenly he is sentenced to death although he is still young. He has been misjudged as a murder and been in the prison for almost the whole life. He lost his sight after the car accident…Sometimes, we just want an ordinary and dignified life, and that is too much.
How do you encourage yourself when life might be a bit unfair to you?