If you believe in God, you know that he is the most benevolent being of all. He is the only one who can right all wrongs and so on.
Because of this, we may have a question arise in our minds: if God is the most benevolent being of all, how does he let natural calamities like hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis plague the lives of humankind as such?
You may have noticed that in these times of disasters, people from all over the world, irrespective of caste, creed, gender or anything else, come together to help each other, be with them and do good for them.
When one area of the world is hit with a disaster, one will see that people from all over the world come forward to be of help for the people in distress.
In these times, we realize that even though we are different from one another, we are part of one big global family.
Our humanity is the common factor that we all share, and we are brought close in these times because of people need other people in times of such crises.
The Bible says that it is the duty of all humans to be kind to each other and help one another as much as possible. These big disasters remind us to be nicer and better people to others on a daily basis.
When bad things happen to us, it is easy to think that maybe God is not as benevolent as we thought but when he puts us through these things, he does it to remind us to be beings of compassion and help one another out in times of need.
When you do the things you do on a daily basis, like eating a hot meal, taking a vacation or just watching TV, think about the people who do not get to enjoy these things, people who do not even get to have a hot meal twice a day and say thanks to the almighty, for blessing you with all that you have.
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