1. 1.
    for what reason or purpose.
    “why did he do it?”
  1. 1.
    (with reference to a reason) on account of which; for which.
    the reason why flu jabs need repeating every year is that the virus changes”
  1. 1.
    expressing surprise or indignation.
    “why, that’s absurd!”
  2. 2.
    used to add emphasis to a response.
    “‘You think so?’ ‘Why, yes.’”
  1. 1.
    a reason or explanation.
    “the whys and wherefores of these procedures need to be explained to students”
 Why is that some people have it all while others have nothing? Why is it that we can lose it all but still be happy?

Who can we trust in this world? If we can’t trust ourselves who can we trust?

Why is everyone so happy, when I am so sad?


If I  never know what I am  here for that will be a tradegy.

Thanks for reading








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