Nahili Samurai

Pain of the children – Ivan Karamazov | May 26, 2009

child tear

“If God existed, then he wouldn’t let this pain happen…”, and many times this argument is used regarding the children. How can God punish children? They’re so innocent…

Let’s imagine that pain is real and the children are real, although reality is subjective and I can’t guarantee that what I see is real. Anyway, I assumed that those are real. God protects animals that are about to be sacrificed from the pain of our knives (although they’re very sharp and the whole process is very well-thought); who can guarantee me that He doesn’t protect children from the pain that comes from diabolic grownups? Where is the separation line of The Creator and the created? Who gave you the responsibility of denying God, instead of actively protecting other children.

Stop using His exam, as another excuse for your own disbelief. It’s your stupid disbelief, Ivan Karamazov, that created the pain of the children in the first place. And His name “Kahhar”, that maybe isn’t well-known in Christianity, and His name “Rahman” are both His names, and manifest together. The children are protected (by Rahman) and the criminals will be punished (by Kahhar)

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2 Comments »

  1. its a good point
    this is quite common tactic, which i call “emotional exploitation”
    nowadays very widespread in mass media
    though all aint emotional, everyone has emotions,
    on the other side everyone is not sufficiently knowledgable.. so there’s good ‘opportunity’ to manipulate with some partial, deceptive + strongly emotional knowledge, like this one you wrote above
    partial truth can be much worse than pure lie, as a leader said before

    Comment by hanhanan — May 27, 2009 @ 1:09 am

  2. Your comments give me a whole new insight into the matters.

    Emotions are spilt from TV and workstation screens all the time… Who has the power to filter out those ideas?

    Comment by nahili — June 10, 2009 @ 4:37 pm


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