People ask the question why as if there is always an answer. Does having an answer make the deed better than not having one? To me, it sometimes seems to be some form of pathetic justification. Sometimes if there is an answer it is almost unsatisfactory. So why ask the question? Normally it is to gain some understanding. But people often say ‘I understand, but that doesn’t make it any better’. Understanding implies transgression. If you cannot forgive and most past it then do you really understand?

Posted by:Durre

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