Brian Davies in Aquinas on God and Evil:
One might suggest that static, indifferent, and callous are how Aquinas positively describes God as being. But this suggestion seems somewhat implausible given what we have now seen Aquinas to be saying. Far from being static as is a stone, the God of Aquinas is actively present and freely at work throughout the created order. The range and extent of his activity is unsurpassed. And far from being indifferent and callous, the God of Aquinas freely gives creatures the goodness they posses, is drawn to (or positively wills) goodness in its various forms and as it exists perfectly in him, and sends us his Son to live and die so as to bring us to beatitude (assuming that what we want is what the Son of God incarnate wants). How less than static, indifferent, or callous could the God of Aquinas possibly be?