I’m afraid that is probably a genuine comment placed there by a Christian, but without the permission of the couple. It asks you to consider every limit except the obvious one of not having arms. The message is “Despite the fact that god will not replace limbs, we should be thankful, for here is a woman who has no arms and yet is apparently happy.” (But is she happy with not having arms?)
The photo and caption is supposed to tell you that God helps you be happy. Of courses, this is garbage - She probably is happy. The blind, deaf, dumb, and lame, who are made that way by God, are happy sometimes – even if they are Hindu, Moslem, Buddhist or Jewish – so God doesn’t really figure in the equation.
Of course, the poster hopes that nobody will point out that the man standing there has the full quota of arms as do 99.9% of the world’s population, and is equally happy, but he’ll be able to tie his own shoes and hold his own baby. And God is allegedly in charge of us all and able to do anything – but doesn’t. But shouldn’t it be the case that “She is happy, despite having no arms” should be “She has the right number of limbs and is happy.” Wouldn’t that be a better result?
Do you remember when your mother said, “Now you eat that up – some starving child in Africa would love that!” and you thought, “Well, he can have it.” – That never made you want to eat it, did it? It never put anything into “perspective” (except perhaps that your mother did not think too deeply.)
Now, tell me, what impression should that photo give me? And why should it?