After all, I wonder how is the God
Who puts a rabbit
inside the moon?
Valuing the evil is, in somehow, forgetting the good in itself.
Valuing the evil is not observing the sun that rises every day, no matter what.
Valuing the evil is not feeling the breeze that gently comes on a summer day, no matter what.
Valuing the evil is being away from the good daily practiced by unselfish brothers and sisters, no matter what.
Valuing the evil is forgetting that we breathe in and out in perfect movements, coordinated by instinct, without a preciding rational learning, no matter what.
Valuing the evil is, first of all, not seeing the good.
The good that strengthens and energizes us through the sunshine every day, tirelessly, no matter what happens.
Thinking that the evil can everything and the good nothing can is an effrontery to the divine work that does not strive to show us that the alleged chaos has a real meaning for our own improvement.
The chaos, actually, does not exist.
If chaos would rule, the universe certainly would not be the way it is.
Would stars and planetary orbits have been randomly thrown?
Would the Moon, by a simple coincidence, not have fallen on Earth?
No, no, no.
Valuing the evil is forgetting to see all the good that surround us.
It is stop hearing the birdsong among the turmoil from the cars and fast pace of life.
After all, I wonder how is the God who puts a rabbit inside the moon?
Have you noticed there is a rabbit inside the moon?
Have you been enchanted by that?
Valuing the evil is stop realizing all those things…
It is to stop realizing al the good that is upon us everyday.