My whole point or argument wasn't so much about the hardships we face, as it was kind of formed as a question about why we even need to learn these lessons to begin with, since in heaven, there is no hardship or pain or suffering. My whole argument was to ask why there is a need to learn a lesson that quite simply won't even apply where we're going, and where we came from? To me, that left me with the simple answer that it was simply God's choice, since he is all-powerful. So I was just asking the basic questions of "why", and "what's the use", not so much in the context of questioning why I myself have to endure these trials, but why God itself would even create them in the first place, since I just can't see how it's relevant to our existence in the afterlife (or prelife).
Admittedly, I'm the one who kind of drove the thread in the whole direction of attacking God, and venting my feelings of anger and bitterness... I know those feelings showed, and came through loud and clear, and again, I apologize for that, because in a way, it was like derailing the thread, which is why I'll try my best not to do it anymore. Put simply, my attempt to answer a question evolved into a tirade against God. A lot of what you said has resonated with me, though, and like I said, I will try to take some of it to heart.