God is good all the time, thank the Lord that baby survived as well as them it could've been so much worse,
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This is what happens when bytches are in a rush. As a mother/father, when your child is in the car and is(n't) strapped in, YOU SHOULD NEVER BE IN A RUSH. Not only were the trying to pass the vehicle in front of them, but they were doing so on an icy road. What the hell were they thinking?
Thank goodness the babydidnt get crushed. I dont know how he was health wise so I cant say I am glad he/she is alright.
God had nothing to do with this. How is one baby protected and another die? Roll of the dice? God had nothing to do with this.
If God had anything to do with this he would have made those dumb asss parents strap that baby in a car seat. The other thing I find disturbing is the mom, who was in the backseat, gets out and the first thing she grabs is the damn MATERIAL SHYT!!! Bytch go and see if your baby is ok. Stupid asss people!
@ Kill the Budda, just read your comment and you are spot on. I dont consider myself a religious zealot but I do consider myself spiritual and I say God, Jesus, Mary and the Holy Spirits had nothing to do with this baby surviving this crash. It was just pure luck! Time, physics and the universe come together in such a way to determine a specific outcome. That is all. My girl friend's baby was born premature and never made it. Since then she has tried and was never able to conceive again. That had nothing to do with God or any other evil entity.
I have seen that mentality make a grown man say he did not prey hard enough when his upwards of 70 year old mother died of pretty much natural causes.
There is nothing as consistant in this life as death. It's inevitable, but for whatever reason people attribute anything else but a person living to 100 years old and dying peacefully in sleep to the devil. How absolutely illogical is that?
What really trips me out is trying to wrap my head around a person who is convinced they know what happens after they die (heaven) but has such a negative and in most cases fearful view of the very process that will facilitate that happening.
People die, most times because of human failures directly or indirectly. Maybe we should focus on our contribution to it rather than labeling the process itself as "good" or "bad."