Why do average poor, good people seem to suffer the most?

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    snapcracklepopposted 2 years ago

    Why do average poor, good people seem to suffer the most?

    It seems like everyday that something horrific or devastating happens to innocent good people. They're  the ones that suffer oppression and injustices with no real "helper" Question: Why is it this way in the world?

  2. Reluctant Revival profile image67
    Reluctant Revivalposted 2 years ago

    The devil is the ruler of the world and its systems. The devil loves to cause havoc on average, poor, good people - especially those who are Christians. It is easy for the devil to pick on these people because they are most-likely relying on governments (the devil's systems) to help aid them. When the devil manipulates the governments at his own whim, the average, poor, and good people suffer the most.

  3. WiccanSage profile image94
    WiccanSageposted 2 years ago

    Unfortunately, suffering is an equal opportunity employer. It doesn't care if you're good or bad, rich or poor.

    Poor people have a whole 'nother set of problems that those better off don't have, of course. The stress of always trying to make ends meet, to survive without becoming homeless, going hungry, being able to provide yourself & the family with basic needs to take care of things.

    I don't think there's any special reason for it other than this is the way the world is; it's part of life, we're human and mortal, and we've established societies that enable this kind of suffering and people turn a blind eye to it.

  4. jacobmiltonhope profile image59
    jacobmiltonhopeposted 22 months ago

    We could not distinguish the poor and rich people. Because both have different circumstances and opportunity to grow. This is the way of life that each person in this world is different than others.
    Yeah, this is literally painful that they endure oppression and injustices while doing nothing. Because they don't have highly approach that they could fight against injustice.

 
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