"Life is full of misery, loneliness and suffering – and ends too soon." – Woody Allen
One would assume that if something is so bad, we'd wish it was over quickly. Not with life.
We complain that life goes by flying, that it's a vale of tears. Then, if someone dies young, poor guy was so young. If we get the old age we say: "how sad, look at what we become!"
If I were God I don't know if I would have the patience to put up with me, humanity.
Perhaps the scales will be balanced by those of us who never complain.
- They may protest, but don't complain.
- They may not have, not be nor be able to do what they would like, but don't complain.
– Instead they fight, work, strive to overcome themselves every day.
I think that these people are teaching God a lesson: "I was thrown into this world as you made me, but when I return to your home will be a much improved version."
- As revenge I think it's great and as a lesson it's perfect.