I wouldn't like a new war to start at all.
And I don't love the WW2 because it brought us TVs, Computers, Mobile phones, rockets to go to the moon and to build the ISS, and so many other technologies.......
But what has happened, it's already done, and there is nothing to do about it.
Now should I be happy or sad because of what happened?
Lots of people have lost their lives....this is a bad thing for them and for their families & friends.
But I don't take it as a bad thing for me, nor for my friends today.
my mom, had loved a man (her first love, after her childhood ended).
she married him.
they lived happily for 5 years, until he died in a train accident.
that was a very bad thing for him (because he died, of course), and an even worst thing for my mom, as she has never recovered from loosing him.
but secretly (without telling my mom), I was very happy that he died. Even now I am feeling the same.
Thank god for that man has died.
If that man would still be alive, my mom wouldn't have met my future father.
And so I wouldn't have been born at all.
My mom would have had completely different children.
I am alive today, because the first husband of my mom has died.
I am alive today, because my mom was devastated by his death.
I am HAPPY to be alive today, because he died earlier.
And imagine that if lots of people wouldn't have died in WW2, then LOTS of people today wouldn't have been born at all.
Maybe you wouldn't have been born at all.
You can not completely know the implications of this war has had on the lives of your forefathers.
But as it was a global event, it is most likely it did push the events in the direction of you being born later.
Lots of people thought if they would have the power to travel back in time, they would go and kill Hitler.
Bad decision, as they could wipe themselves out from existence.
So, I am not afraid nor ashamed to be happy for WW2 has taken place.
I am happy, because I love my life.
Of course who doesn't love his / her own life would not be happy for being alive; and so they could be sad that WW2 has changed so many lives.