The Doctrine of Karma: Why do BAD things happen to GOOD people?

Questions related to the doctrine of karma such as, why do bad things happen to good people, are born out of the illusion of separation which it itself is the cause of suffering. It is as such good familiarizing oneself with concept of the 'illusion of separateness' or terms such as 'we are not as divided as it seems' (a suggestion here is to use quotation marks when searching for important verses in order to get the correct result). So here's the deal. Truth is all is ONE and the same. Now. It is not good for ONE to be alone. (Reference: Genesis 2:18-25 and change the word man with ONE or SELF or GOD or whatever you feel comfortable with). As such ONE has only one choice. One veils itself so to be able to experience Companionship aka Love itself. It is only by veiling Oneself that Companionship/Love can be experienced. (Reference: Genesis 1:27-28: So God created man in his own image (imago dei), in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them meaning male and female are el-o-him/i am him/i am that i am/om tat sat). The veil is a double-edge sword of sorts. The good is that ONE can experience Companionship. The bad is that ONE experiences suffering by seeing itself as separate. The desire for Companionship aka Love outweighs the bad however and ONE has gone above and beyond to minimize the suffering of the other side of the coin by allowing us to transcend the veil through knowledge (contemplation/devotion/intelligence/prayer/science/jnana/etc). The goal is thus to transcend the illusion of separateness and to see us for who we truly are and to recognize our true purpose which is where all the different paths come in including but not limited to religion, spirituality, science, prayer, et al. But it simply comes down to this: Who we are is ONE (not wanting to be alone) and why we are (diverse) is LOVE. Hence we arrive at the final conclusion; the Absolute Truth: The Meaning of Life is Love. (Reference: 1 Corinthians 13:13: And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love. - Mark 12:30-31 New International Version - Bible Gateway: Love God and Your Neighbor as Your Self. - 1 Peter 4:8: Above all, love each other deeply.)
~ Wald Wassermann, Physicist