God has nothing better to do than keep a man balanced on a taut rope he chose to walk over for a hobby, while millions of children are born to their deaths, in abject misery.
We are all born to our deaths. Some simply have shorter lives than others. Every soul has its calling and purpose in this life, even if we cannot comprehend it as finite, non-transcendent entities.
If this man wishes to try and bring glory to God in this very dangerous way, it is his life to lay on the line. I send a prayer to him, and hope God does indeed walk with him.
I'm pretty sure Nik Wallenda doesn't monopolize God's full attention.
I wonder if some people think it would be better if there were no God, thus guaranteeing -— guaranteeing -—that those lives would have no possible meaning, no better denouement?