Do you accept that God is great? Do you accept that God is ubiquitous (all over the place)? In the event that your responses to these two inquiries are “yes” by definition, everything is great. Do you trust this?
Envision the universe preceding the World’s development a long time back. It was a period before night and day, a period before life, a period just of twirling mass and energy, a period of immaculateness and flawlessness. It was the point at which the request for creation slowly attracted mass upon itself, isolating it from space to shape endless whirling planes of light we call universes. Among the billions of atomic heater pinpoints in a single unexceptional system (which we presently call the Smooth Way), was an immaterial star (which we currently call the Sun). Circling the Sun were eight minuscule circles, one of which would ultimately become known as Earth. Earth was a fierce, brutal spot covered by hot, harmful gases and laden with obliteration brought about by shooting stars and volcanoes unequipped for supporting life. Change was the thing to get done. There was nobody to judge this creation, obliteration and change, positive or negative… they just were.
Every one of Earth’s components were the debris of stars which had worn out preceding the development of our sun (we are us all in a real sense made of stardust). For billions of years Earth circled the Sun, while its properties, oceans and air step by step combine into the structures we as of now know. All that existed was the present, for there were no personalities to consider a past or a future. Time had not yet been created. It was genuinely a condition of flawlessness.
At the point when conditions were correct vegetation emerged on the planet
Exceptionally straightforward from the start, however progressively complex over the long run. A critical step was the development of photosynthesis – the capacity of plants to change over daylight into food. Joined with the wonder of multiplication, it empowered plants to cover the Earth. For ages, plants lived and kicked the bucket, making soil for their further turn of events, yet in addition seriously dirtying the climate with an unfamiliar component not recently tracked down there – oxygen. Still totally was great.
And afterward emerged creature life, eating plants and breathing the oxygen they breathed. More obliteration, creation and change. Increasingly high types of creature life developed, in which a few creatures benefited from others, adding new connections in what we presently call the pecking order. Agony, dread and demise became necessary pieces of life, for creatures couldn’t live and develop without them.
There was no judgment about these parts of life they just were
It was proper for lions to benefit from gazelles – there could have been no alternate way they could exist. As consistently the universe was great and very much arranged, always showing signs of change and developing.
Then came man, and mindfulness. Also, abruptly, as indicated by present day man, the universe, or possibly human existence on the planet, is defective. The reasoning goes this way: Assuming our reality was great, there would be no torment, dread or passing, and we wouldn’t have this destitution, appetite and struggle, and everybody would be blissful constantly. Man is the primary blemished animal to exist known to man. In the huge ideal breadth of the whole universe, there is this one small pinpoint of blemish. God committed an error. Since he has given us unrestrained choice, God no longer contributes to what happens here. He has resigned Earth to us and we’re messing it up.