Hamlet ~ "Alas, poor YorBuck! I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy."<quoted text>
Not logical, BlackBuffoon.
As you are not all-knowing, you cannot conclude that allowing suffering for a wisp of time on this little planet is more or less "loving" than not allowing it. You may have an opinion, but you do not "know".
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy." -Hamlet to Horatio
Hamlet is pointing out how little even the most educated people can explain.
Your argument falls even shorter than "not explaining", as your premise is illogical and, thus, invalid.
Welcome to Buck School.
Hamlet is pointing out that the King's Jester, YorBuck, is now just a moldering skull held by a clown.
Hamlet ~ "My gorge rises at it."