limitations inherent in the nature of your being constitute such a handicap that you are unable to see,
comprehend, or know the wisdom and kindness of many of the divine acts which to you seem fraught with
such crushing cruelty, and which seem to be characterized by such utter indifference to the comfort and
welfare, to the planetary happiness and personal prosperity, of your fellow creatures. It is because of the
limits of human vision, it is because of your circumscribed understanding and finite comprehension, that
you misunderstand the motives, and pervert the purposes, of God. But many things occur on the
evolutionary worlds which are not the personal doings of the Universal Father.
Are we expected to dignify this with a response?