I haven't cried since I was a little kid. I like to think that when a person loses their innocence, they change rapidly in some way. The very few people that haven't lost their innocence (whether it be philosophically, emotionally, sexually, etc.) are still vulnerable but incredibly nice. When I lost my innocence I became very bitter and cynical. I hardened rapidly throughout the years. I became extremely angry over how unfair the world was, as that was the catalyst of the losing of my innocence. Ever since then I haven't cried. Right now I am in extreme emotional pain but I can't seem to cry, even though I feel as if I need to. The shell I've made for myself prevents me from indulging in that type of emotional output. So no. Disregarding my childhood around my elementary era, I have not cried. It isn't matter of if you're tough or not. It's simply more of a matter of IF you can cry or not.
Sorry if I sound emo-ish and edgy here. It's just how I feel.
@jeepeh: If he has the power to prevent the evil from harming the innocent and chooses not to then he is malevolent, simple as that.
You completely ignored my comment's point. It's his fault that we made the wrong choice? It's his fault that we chose to be a bag of scumbags? How is that his fault? We made the choice. He made us to be unsinful. But we chose to rebel against him. Instead of telling him that he's evil for not stopping us, how about you thank him for letting us make the choice to believe in him so that we could go to Heaven? If he killed us all right now (which is what we deserve, and what you're saying he should do) then we'd all be in hell because we didn't have the chance to ask for forgiveness or for Jesus to die for us. Evil? Evil is even little things you do. You look at a girl and think about how much you want to do inappropriate things? That's a sin. Based on what you say God should kill you right now. But he doesn't, you know why? Because he loves us the way we are. But he loves us too much to want us to stay that way.