I like this quote….
Since I’m new to your blog I wanted to let you know that I like to attempt revisions of quotes posted (not that they require any) this is something I like to do. If you do not want me to do this on your blog,and posted quotes I will not take any offense at all. Just let me know.
God has created many examples of change
There are living things that change into another living thing, as we see a caterpillar changing into a butterfly.
There are living things that can make a precious, rare, and beautiful thing out of a nonliving element, like an oyster turning a piece of sand into a pearl.
Even through death, there is more to life. Coal is a result of previously living organic life that throughout natural processes and millions of years resulted into the formation coal. It is amazing to think something that existed millions of years ago would have a beneficial and resourceful purpose in the present day. This is a very extreme, but good example of the cycle of life, the possibility of changes during your life, some may be beyond what you currently believe possible, and even an example that there is contributions, or purpose that may be after life.
I do not mind at all, that was lovely and beautifully revisioned! Thank you 🙂
I got stuck towards the end with coal lol I think it took more more time to finish that (I started) than all the time combined of all my other posts that day
I think it was that coal doesn’t produce diamonds (I just learned that yesterday myself)
Goes to show cognitive dissonance —- I was always in belief and common sense that coal under pressure time would produce a diamond……
My brain stalled once I found out that wasn’t even possible…..
It still causes conflict in thoughts talking about it…. My whole life was based on the belief that coal=diamond —– I feel deceived and cheated lol
Hahaha well i just learned that too!
IT’S STILL MAKING MY KINDA FRUSTRATED ACCEPTING IT LOL…. I’M ALMOST POSITIVE THAT THIS WAS EVEN TAUGHT TO ME IN HIGH-SCHOOL SCIENCE — AT LEAST WE HAVE SOMETHING HARMLESS TO RELATE HOW WE TRUST OUR “COMMON SENSE” THAT IS NOT AS RELIABLE AS PEOPLE THINK.
JUST THINK, IF THIS WAS APPLIED TO SOMETHING MORE PERSONAL, HOW AMPLIFIED THE CONFLICT OF NEW INFORMATION WOULD BE…
Hahaha i bet theres a lot more we were taught that isnt accurate
Listen, I admit that there are 2 things I know. 1- is I know that its unreasonable to claim to know anything
2- I know that almost everything taught to us means almost nothing (except for mathematics)
3- I know that I said there was only 2 things I know so why are there 3?
lol Oh boy, Good luck figuring out that one…. Random nonsense…. I I had to add in #3 lol
Ohhh, me loves your quotes 😀
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