Wow, that describes me so much to the point, except I’m even more cynical. Well, if you’re the question Jharek, then I must be Rorschach, at least before his breaking point. I want to help criminals but at the same time punish them through justice and yet, I find it so difficult to admit that they can be saved and lead abetter life, especially if said criminals are complete monsters who rape and murder anyone they like. I even feel like becoming ruthless and desiring to kill all the complete monsters that exist yet I can’t because that’d be making me like Rorschach. He lost hope in humanity, something which goes agaisnt the Blessed Virgin’s standards. When Judas killed himself, She didn’t decide all of a sudden that humanity does not deserve the love of Jesus because onof His disciples betrayed Him. Instead, She embraced it and wants to save it and if we do evil its because we do it.
So, I’m going to copy from you and say I am the Question. I’m struggling a lot now with my faith and the Blessed Virgin but I’ll get better through Her help. I only said I’m Rorschach just because I’ve been feeling very down lately and really reached my limit. I don’t want to be Rorschach.