The great unanswerable question.
Also the greatest logical fallacy ever created when used to begin a question.
You are playing with the word WHY. Playing with is meaning.
You are using the word WHY in the sense that everything has a purpose. You fail to see that nothing in this universe has any purpose other than it exists.
It is like you are asking the question "WHY are there mountains?" as if the mountains have a purpose. The mountains have no purpose. They were created through processes that did not give a damn whether the end result was going to be mountains. The mountains simply exist. No purpose.
Using WHY in the sense of purpose is a logical fallacy.
The only purpose of anything everything something in the entirety of the vast universe is that it exists. Otherwise, there is no purpose.
Here is a good example for you. Your deity possesses omniscience. It must to have to create this universe. Your deity possesses omnipotence. Again, to create this universe it must. You deity is omnipresent. Again, it must to have created this universe and to be molding it. One point you have never tried to touch.
WHY is your deity so damned evil?
P.S. — Although directed to Senta Christine, all other others are welcome. Let's see if she answers...
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