There are things we know much, there are things we know less, but knowing less or much does not matter. What matters are how one manages the much he knows and does not know, as well as how one tries to manage the milliards of unknown, the concealed, awaiting to be unveiled. It is on this realm that the unknown is mysterious, hiding all future human affairs under the aeons of the yet-to-come. And the unknown in human affairs comes to reality in natural unfolding of social dynamism. That is why Igbos say that Echi di ime (tomorrow is pregnant), and none knows what it will give birth to.
God is one with His name. Christ is called the Messiah, and this same redeemer is said to be the perfect savior, sinless and complete in both objective and subjective systems of reality. However, the word “Christ” or “christos” is the Greek translation of the Hebraic “Messiah” and also means “the anointed one.” This simply means that Christ was anointed by God to bring salvation to mankind.
There are few better measures of the concern a society has for its individual members and its own well being than the way it handles criminals. Yes, the real significance of crime is its being a breach of faith with the community of mankind.
It is my profound philosophy that the will of providence is deep. It's the bucket we bring to it that is small. In the words of St. Alphonsus Linguori, “We may rest assured that nothing whatever happens on earth without God's permission.