i want to clarify that i don't mean that those who are in fortunate positions in life should feel guilty because of that, it's just that the human mind tends to desperately want to tie up any loose ends and justify even the unjustifiable to do so, which is, also unethical and insulting to those that are victims of events and circumstances in life that they may also not deserve. so the idea of the infallible something whether it's science or religion, is blind, when it pertain to how life really is here. for instance, the case of the 3 year old girl who was literally raped to death which was told to me recently by someone who knew personally of the case is not justifiable. there was no good purpose for that. this idea that everything happens for the best or that others are just examples of positive or negative is not always true because not everyone had a choice. it's not just the religious that is prone to self-serving and erroneous philosophical ideas. this is a messy, faulty and imperfect world/nature and anything one can imagine as well as the unthinkable and abjectly unfair or unethical also occurs. to declare everyone has a purpose in the sense, again, the assumption it is justified due to some notion of universal infallibility is also wrong. who are you to say what someone's purpose really was? this is a place where one's purpose can be lost, marred, twisted, misused, degraded and even stopped. people can even kill you for your purpose, even it it's true or good. there are no guarantees here. so it's insulting and even unethical to assume and proclaim that everything that happens is for the good just because that good is mostly what you experience in this life which is temporal and mostly due to circumstances or even luck in many cases. if you are blessed in life, that is great as i would hope many more should be blessed but don't insult others by saying what happens to them differently is what they deserve. there are good things to happen to those who are undeserving just as the opposite as (bad things that happen to the undeserving) well as every other possibility. the best combination being good people who also are in good positions or blessed. they also do much good here because they have the power to do so and blessed enough to do so in a way that doesn't unfairly deplete or sacrifice them. a very simple but true example: animals in shelters who were abused. some will be saved, some will not make it and literally they all can't anyways. the world is not fair because the system is not fair. the very laws of nature are not fair. some pets have good owners and some will have bad owners who beat, torture and abuse them. did they deserve that? of course not. but that is where we are. in the same token, don't insult other people because you assume their lesser or bad lot in life was something they deserve.