Unexpected Happens

When the unexpected happens … By Serafin Alarcon And they said one to another, “Here comes the dreamer. Now therefore come and kill him and throw in a tank, and say, Some evil beast hath devoured him and see what will become of their dreams. Gn. 37:19-20 few days ago my brother received a call from her best friend asking her to take her to the hospital because I had severe pain in the belly. Once they reach the hospital the man is treated immediately as the pain and his cries attracted the interest of all …

Anyway, this friend of my brother he was intubated and was diagnosed with pancreatitis. The doctors told my brother that his friend had only a 50% chance of survival. They spent two days and had died. The unexpected happening, What to do? How many of us have gone through similar circumstances? How many have told us that we have a serious illness? What we are dismissed from employment? A child has a car accident, assault us in the gas station, the neighbor takes his life, and nobody knows why … So many stories of unexpected cut. But when the unexpected news is a betrayal … When we suffer the brunt of those who are supposed to love us, the pain and surprise become more sustainable. A brother who robs us, a mother who slander us, a best friend flirting with the girlfriend or wife.

How to solve? These wounds left in some deep-rooted bitterness. Roots deepen over time more and more in the land which houses the soul of the people. Disqualified then, and do not trust, do not forgive and finally ended up consumed by the hemlock that one day someone struck. Ironically, the man many times and better tolerated than a disgrace, a betrayal. In the biblical passage above the opposite happened. Some brothers try to kill the envious father’s favorite. I put in a tank and later sold as a slave. Then in Egypt is falsely accused by his boss’s wife having to spend several years in prison. Again and again the unexpected pounding the face of his spirit and yet … And Joseph said unto his brethren, I am Joseph, “my father still lives? And his brethren could not answer, they were troubled at the. Then Joseph said unto his brethren, Come near to me now. And they came near. And he said, I am Joseph your brother whom ye sold into Egypt. Now therefore, do not grieve, nor that ye sold me hither to preserve life because God sent me before you. If you are not convinced, visit Marko Dimitrijevic. Gn. 45: