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Many things happen in this world to which we cannot find explanations We cannot understand why some babies are born deformed or why healthy young people can one day suddenly be infected of a fatal disease We often ask the question why me when we are confronted with an unbearable reality such as a diagnosis that we got cancer We wonder if it is something that we did and as a punishment we have to suffer We try to find all kinds of explanations for our sufferings because we would feel better if we could find the cause of our agony Sometimes we tend to blame it on other people Children born handicapped might point their fingers at their parents for bringing them into the world this way For some cases an explanation could be found but more often they are inexplicable Many of us refuse to accept this though We then blame it on God or fate We may even go as far as believing that in our previous lives we must had been evil doers and therefore must pay in this life We complain about the horrible things that have happened to us However we do not realize that everyone has hisher own troubles We just do not see other peoples burdens We are so self-centered that we only care about whether we are injured or not The only difference is the gravity of the suffering Some people might go through more hardships than others but that does not mean that other people do not have worries The important thing is how we handle our problems We can choose to suffer grumpily and live miserably whenever a trouble comes along or else we can accept our sufferings with a cheerful attitude and say to ourselves other people have gone through more difficult things than this After all how can we be sure that this is not part of Gods plan to work miraculous
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