The Sick Child

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People have been asking themselves “Why are there sick children in the world if God is so fair and just?” God is fair and just. God does not view pain and problems from the human consciousness. Pain and problems are fleeting. They are a blip on the screen from the vantage point of forever. These instances of anguish are what makes the metal of human consciousness more pliable.

It is wonderful when there is a sick child that takes their condition like a champ. The perspective of a fresh body and parents that care about them in a new set of skin; is what they need to triumph. They most likely were taken out from their last lifetime with a similar diagnosis. But when they come into this lifetime, they have a fresh new body to beat it, they have the love and support of their parents, they have the cuteness factor working for them. It is much easier to fight such things this way, than when being in a worn out body that has passed its prime and become cynical or lacking the fortitude to thrive.

On a soul’s level, these children are so capable of thriving because they are grateful with the new set of conditions that they are given to fight what needs to be overcome. Our karmic issues must be forged through. Isn’t it wonderful that so many are advancing through dis-ease with the aptitude of a very old soul. That is because they are. Overcoming debilitating disease is a benchmark of accomplishment in the lifespan of an infinite soul. Sickness does not carry the weight that it does in looking at it from the perspective of just one lifetime.

This may seem cruel and unkind to the parents of a suffering child. But it is much more humane to believe that a child is continuing their karmic lessons from a past life rather than believing that God singled them out to suffer and go through horrific procedures on a whim. Issues are testing grounds of soul. To be able to be tested so young marks a child with a wisdom and vantage point that surpasses their peers. What an incredible gift; to obtain great wisdom in such a new body. The child who deals with dis-ease has indeed been gifted.

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