Wrong all over. I care deeply about my fellow man. Why would you assume I don't.
Why? Because you say:
God is just.
In short, you're willing to make excuses for anything your god does. Doesn't matter what he does or who he hurts. It's always for some higher purpose - not that you have the first idea of whether that's true in the first place. Because you don't, and never will.
If he broke my legs I would assume he had a greater purpose in mind. I wouldn't be angry with the Potter, I am but a vessel. As are you, no matter your age.
The clay a potter uses to make pottery doesn't have a mind of it's own. It doesn't have a different idea of what it wants for itself than the potter; it doesn't complain about how the potter shapes it. And it doesn't shriek in agony if it's smashed by the potter and discarded, just because he's unsatisfied with some aspect of it.