Kay Commentary 2011-03-18
The following is a KSCO commentary. Here is Kay Zwerling:
Dear Listeners of KSCO,
For the most part, I feel we are like a family who have bonded together through the years and care deeply about human and worldly issues.
What is happening to our brethren in Japan as we speak is so horrendously dangerous and painful – and we care so much and yet we are fully aware that their experiences could be happening to us.
Can it be that God is angry with the world He created?
Can He be disappointed with His handiwork when He expected we humans would be good to one another and He is feeling that as time goes by we are becoming more and more corrupt, insensitive, unkind, and even downright cruel to each other?
Perhaps these catastrophes in Japan are God’s way of saying to us “Shape up and start treating each other humanely so that I can be proud of My Creation – or I shall wipe out this world and start all over again.”
Why Japan was the Country to experience all this pain now is an answer we do not know. Perhaps Japan’s character was the ideal Country to handle and withstand God’s wreck because through this amazing painful week we learn some admirable characteristics about the Japanese.
The people of Japan have displayed an amazing strength of character, honor, pride, calm awareness and astonishing independence and strength in this hurtful time and are wonderful role models for the rest of us. For them, looting has been unthinkable.
Perhaps through them God is telling the world again “Shape up, do it right, or else.”
For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.
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