Sunday, 12 April 2009

another one down the ground...

"we can never fully explain the reasons surrounding someone's death... but death is never natural; it was not meant to be. that is why those left behind experience such excruciating pain. the agony is only worsened when the death is what we call premature... each death can begin to be understood only within the larger story god is telling. much of that story remains for the moment a mystery."

death, most unfortunately, is inevitable and comes to all; and so, that ups the count, with another one down the ground. the worst part, is the unknown perplexity behind the whys that will go, and have to remain, unanswered to the mere mortal. unfathomable even to the most pragmatic of logic.

such is life.

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