You believe that God is omnipresent, omnipotent and all-pervading. In fact, you believe that He is in every atom.
As natural corollary of this belief you must also know that God knows what you want or what your need is.
If the first proposition is true, then second proposition has to be true. It would follow, therefore, that those who know that God is omnipotent and all-pervading are bound to accept that God is all-knowledgeable and therefore is aware of all your problems.
In spite of this fact, we always go to God with certain expectations.
Expectations can be of various types, but are basically self-centered or are pertaining to people or relations you are attached to, and then you pray to God that He should grant you a particular relief, or a job promotion, or some benefit to you or your near ones, etc.
When you go with this frame of mind, then most of the time you are disappointed.
Hypothetically speaking, if your expectations are symolized in A and what you get is, let us say, B; then A minus B is your disappointment.
And then you have to attribute this disappointment to someone. (more…)