Why do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

reblogging

A question we often ask when we hear about or are ourselves, faced with a tragedy or despair.  The answers are usually diverse and yet we tend to feel unsatisfied in the answer.  In his post on ‘The Hardest Sermon’, Rabbi Moffic tries to shed light on some answers.  I love to read his words of wisdom and although he is a Rabbi, his writings pertain to the human race and no particular denomination.

“Last year I began with a poem by Robert Frost. It was one of his more famous ones, “Stopping By The Woods On A Snowy Evening.” Tonight let us begin with one of his more obscure poems. It calls out our task for this evening. It is entitled “Revelation.”…” http://bit.ly/1bBqoI1