The Answers: Part One
The answer to your question is not as simple as it might seem. In many ways those less fortunate than us are just as deserving of love and respect as anyone else. In many other, better ways, however, they definitely are not. You see, feelings should always be given on a horizontal level of worth. For example, a homeless person has every right to recieve admiration from other homeless people, but it is completely unacceptable for anyone with a home to distribute such feelings. So in closing, those less fortunate to you specifically should never be considered equals. However, it can be argued that they may, in some instances, be worthy of the rudimentary adulation of their peers.
P.S.: Studies on the souls of the less fortunate have been inconclusive.
Although I can't answer your specific question with any degree of certainty, in general, daddies do drink becuase their children have wronged them in some way. Other possible results of your crying or bad behavior include your parents' arguing, infidelity, or divorce.
The answer to your first question is also dependant on the surrounding circumstances. If the touching has only occurred infrequently and has been followed immediately by excuses and apologies, then it is best to keep the pain inside and pass it on later in life. Also, if the person you are reffering to is a trusted family friend or a productive member of the community you may want to consider the ramifications of your confession on their hard earned reputation. It should also be considered that if you were a child and not an adult, my advice might be different.
For your second question, it is completely ridiculous to think that it's raining because God hates you. The scientific fact is that rain forms when fairies make love. Just remember, if God really hated you, he wouldn't cry. He would vengefully take the lives of the people that you pray for.
Keep the questions coming and I'll answer them in following posts.