Though many a good thing happens in the world, Why We are perturbed about the bad things only?
Are we becoming pessimistic? Is the world is losing faith in God? Is the evil going to drive out the virtue, as in Economics where it is said : Bad money drives out Good money" ?
Because it's human nature to point out the bad. Much of the world has become pessimistic as a whole. The struggles of life become overwhelming for many.
Because the bad is stuff we need to do something about. The good merely makes us feel good.
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