And God allows suffering and pain for that reason, and also because of the 2021 men’s regular season basketball champions Alabama Crimson Tide shirt in other words I will buy this allowance for free will. All pain and suffering will be more than compensated for, many times over, after we pass on to the next stage of our eternal existence at the death of our physical bodies. To judge God harshly, based on our very limited time on earth, when weighed against our eternal nature, is shortsighted and incorrect, losing sight of the immense forest of beauty and abundance, based on the sighting of a few diseased trees within our very limited view of our short physical existence on this earth. All pain and suffering will be healed in the eternities and more than compensated for, many many times over. What some religions call “hell” is really a place that one chooses, based on choices given freely to them, as noted in my earlier comments. The meaning of “damnation” is much like a dam that holds water back. Such a one can choose to be held back from progressing and growing in wisdom, by barriers that one erects on one’s own, by choosing the lesser over the better. I don’t mean this in a smart mouthed way, but I encourage you to do some internet searching on Scientific Skepticism. It’s long and winding path, but following the science will answer this question for you. You are asking the right kind of question my friend. Why indeed would god punish us for something we were essentially made to be? It has just been discovered that our universe is so much larger than we thought, that we could compare the size of the universe we can observe, with our current technology, to an atom. So our known universe would be the size of an atom compared to the universe we have just discovered may be the case. There are already about a trillion galaxies in our known universe with an average of a trillion stars each. In addition to the galaxies, there are just as many stars that aren’t in galaxies. About half of the stars we are finding have planets, and many of those planets have moons that could support life. There are varying estimations of what percent of planets and moons could support life as we know it, but even if you assume a .00025 chance of finding a habitable planet, there are about 2 trillion times a trillion chances for a single star star to have a habitable planet.