Jewish Sage and Religious Judge, one of Authors of Jerusalem Talmud
We have no comprehension of the tranquility of the wicked, nor of the suffering of the righteous.
One must never intentionally put oneself in danger on the supposition that one will be miraculously saved, lest such a miracle fail to occur. If such a miracle somehow were somehow to take place, then there would be a real price to be paid by the saved individual.
We are unable to explain either the prosperity of the wicked or the afflictions of the righteous.