I asked a question a couple of days ago about whether or not I should go to my son's MDO prayer meeting bc I'm not sure I believe in what they teach. I chose to send him more for the preschool aspect. Anyways, I decided to go bc I didn't want to be the only parent not there. I want to be involved. So me and Wyatt went and we were the only parent/student there. Ironic and awkward! But the prayer was so beautiful I was almost crying! And I felt that presence I had always failed to feel before. So now my problem is how do I believe in someone who let's so much hurt and pain go on. I know all about free will, but why create something you know will end like this?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:22 AM on Sep. 1, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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nysa00, 'allowed them to be hit by a car? Â What parent 'allows' their child to be hit? Don't you think ANY PARENT, who had the capability to stop a tragedy from happening would step in and stop it? I wouldn't stand on the curb and let my child walk out into traffic to teach them a lesson or push themÂ onto the busy streetÂ to test them to see if they listened to myÂ speech about looking both ways!
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