What Are the Moral Lesson of the Story of a Letter to God by Gregorio Lopez Y Fuentes?

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The story 'A Letter to God' by Gregorio Lopez y Fuentes is a story of faith. The main character asks God to send money so he can survive. When well-intentioned postal workers try to help and raise the requested money, they cannot raise the full amount. The main character asks God to send the rest of the money and accuses the postal workers of thievery The main moral lesson therefore is not to question God, to have unshakable faith that He will supply not some, but ALL of what is asked for.
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the story is about a man's great faith to God. innocently writing a letter to god asking for 100 peso bill in order to resow the field he loss because of hailstorm.
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Lencho. : the protagonist; owner of the land; " GOD. " the postmaster. : the kind-hearted individual who answered the letter; amazed by Lencho's strong faith in God. There
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Lencho must be thankful of what he received and not to judge people without an evidence.
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El tema es la fe ciega.
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