I hear you Garrison. All we can do is pray and trust that God's infinite knowledge is greater than our own. I know he has a plan for all of us and the world as a whole. And as Paul said, he may be answering them just not in the way that we'd like. In the meantime all we can continue to do is pray.
I do hope that today's peace talks will help to end the conflict quickly, and that the soldiers of all countries involved may help to heal the wounds of the war, instead of being abused as tools of violence to bring more pain, death and destruction upon people who are neighbors, family and friends.
I wish to live in peace with Russia. I wish for Ukraine to be free. I wish for the soldiers of both countries to return unharmed to their families, so they can enjoy their lives. My heart is bleeding, knowing that so many Ukrainian civilians and young soldiers on both sides of the war are losing their lives.
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness are the basic rights that we as humans should grant each other. No matter what nationality, political or ethnic background we may have, we should put aside our differences, and work together instead, towards the common goal of making this planet a better place for all of us.
I wish you and your families all the best and that this unnecessary war will not harm you. This is my wish for the entire Ukrainian people who were forced into this war just because they wanted to be free and have their own freely elected government.
At the same time, I am also very sad about the killed Russian soldiers who were sent into this war of aggression by their dictator. In the last 20 years there have been so many good developments in cooperation with Russia and the peaceful alignment of mutual interests.
Why was all this now thrown overboard and damaged for decades?
The Russian people should hold Mr Putin accountable for the things, he has done.