Why, still would God create a world where we experience so much pain frustration and misery. I am in one of the fortunate parts of the world where one can expect to be able to live quite a long time in good health. Of course, there are problems here but they are trivial compared to places where disease, starvation, cruelty, war, massacre, etc are commonplace. We may say that humans have had a hand in most misery but still, often the people who suffer most are not the ones who cause the suffering. We can also look to angelic conflicts and fights that need to be faught, but that still leaves the question of a God who makes the rules in the first place,making them such that suffering (especially profound suffering that does not serve any usefull purpose) should be part of the plan. I am of the mind that the word "perfection" is not even applicable when referring to God. Perfection implies a preconcieved idea or standard. Was there someone around to make such a standard before God came along? So, if God is neither perfect nor imperfect by any standard worthy of him, then there is still the question of why all this misery, sin and so forth but; it is not a logical paradox anymore. So, to address the "Why" of our even being capable of percieving the world as imperfect: It is one way and we can try to make it, or at least parts of it, more like something else hopefully better. Of course, wise people will us that the place to start world improvement is with our own hearts and minds.