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“and it was good”
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Dear Bluebee, I appreciate and understand what you say. But consider that I am exploring language that has had more influence on Western culture and behavior than any other. I’m interested in whether this language is open to a different interpretation from the accepted or traditional reading(s). If it is so open, then possibly behavior based on the language can be subject to change.
You are a linguist. I would think this would be right up your alley.
In any case, my belief system can be found in my poetry. I suppose it could be categorized as a certainty of ultimate connectedness. We – rock, cloud, wolf, pesky humans – are star stuff!
Since I do not believe in God as you talk of here, I cannot comment. 🙂
I’m flying pretty high now – thanks, Sandy
Can always count on you for a moment of inspiration.
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An interesting concept to ponder on Monica, did God create the word GOOD, much like did God or man create the word BAD.
I recall in my childhood religious days, that God created the world and knows everything.
Later in life I questioned that statement, and was advised that God does know everything but give man the power of choice in life, okay, but even then he knows if a man is going to be a sinner or a saint, a Hitler or Mother Theresa.
Christianity is too complex I think, either believe in Buddha or be an atheist may be the way to go.
Wishing you a beautiful Valentines day Princess
What a wonderful (or should I say “good”?) comment, especially coming from you! The picture is just as I took it – so the only thing to my credit was getting out the camera.
Nice graphics and arts to go with this creation story. Love your writing techniques!