Why?

Why do bad things happen to good people? seems to be the question asked of Jesus.
This is an age-old question, isn’t it.  I suppose to ask “why” is to be human.  We can’t help ourselves; we want to understand.  We want to make sense of the world.  We want our lives to be logical, reasonable, orderly, sane.  Of course, not all the whys of the world are bad; some can lead to really positive outcomes – an example being Sir Alexander Fleming’s discovery of penicillin. … [To read more, click on title]