Wednesday, August 31, 2005
Disasters And God's Wrath.
No one knows the wisdom of God as a fact. Sometimes disasters like Hurricane Katrina can be a trial and test from God, in other times it can be wrath from him. For any case If people are innocent we should feel pity and compassion and it they were sinners they deserve our regret. Who are we to judge people?. The question is true however as humans in disasters we always try to find out the wisdom of God and what we can learn. Sometimes bad things happen to good people. As Muslims we should feel pain to every human life. I had bad losses in my family including a young cousin that was the best of most people. If you read through the web you will find people like Stephen O'Leary, a professor at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California and an expert on the media and apocalypticism, says, God got a two-fer here. Both sides are eager to see America punished for her sins; on one side its sexual immorality and porn and Hollywood, and on the other side its conspicuous consumption and hammers. On the other hand you will find the geopolitical view of global warming effect and the effect of oil and fossil that the industrial nations produced. No one knows for sure what caused the hurricane. We should be sensitive to every human dies Americans, Arabs or any one else. We never know what God's wisdom, however as humans we should think seriously of how always we can please God. I always say we have a great deal few years in earth of obedience and suffering for very luxurious eternity. For people who died our hearts with their families and God bless their souls.