Why only nice people suffer in this world?
I see only nice people, who do, no harm to others, are the one who suffer more in life. Why?
I think that is more of an observation than a fact or claim. I personally have seen plenty of "bad" people go through hard times. There isn't some superficial reason as to why because bad times happen to everyone.
you must be closing your eyes a lot. many bad people suffer.
Because a lot of "nice" people complain about how much they do...or they do nice things in order to get something in return. No matter how "nice" you are if your a negative thinker negative things happen so be nice and stay positive
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