Who Would We be Without Pain and Suffering?

The scars we collect are signature wounds of who we are.

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When it comes to talking about religion, human creation, and the meaning of life, you’ll often stumble upon the question of why there’s so much suffering? If there’s a divine good out there, why would they allow young children to be born without the ability to see, hear, walk, or talk? If our…

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Striving to be a holistic psychologist & writer. Advocate for health, wellness, and well-being. Support my journey: https://rose-mejia1998.medium.com/membership

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