To a girl who wants the best, and hates her life for having to settle with something not as good:
… although I don’t share the specific experience you have now, I know how it feels like when you are distressed by certain disappointment, disadvantage, detriment, or a prejudice, and worse yet, you can’t pinpoint what that is, let alone fight against it, you’re just unhappy with dissatisfaction.
In terms of people’s birth, family background, cultural background, upbringing, and natural gifts, the world has never been equal. And the appearance of inequality stirs up all kinds of evil. Jealousy, hatred (of others, of self and of God), and even murder. All that started from Cain and Abel, the first two children of Adam and Eve. Continue reading “A letter to a college student”