You put attributes to this God you speak of. It is the conceptual-self or ego which thinks in terms of right and wrong, good and bad, what bothers me and what does not bother. An attribute always defines a “thing,” and things are clearly impermanent-nobody denies that. So surely, that which is eternal (God) has no attributes otherwise it would be subject to decay and rendered non-eternal. This is why God cannot be known because the mind can only know attributes and qualities. So it is wrong understanding to define God as having attributes or caring about children or not caring about children. God can be realized when the mechanism that defines, creates attributes and qualities, comes to an end. It is this very mechanism (the “me”), which lets children starve.