Thursday, May 20, 2010


Dot. See the dot. Look around the dot. See the space. What color is the space? White? I'm white... well, half. Half sounds like calf. The Israelites worshiped golden calves. Is that where the term, "Holy Cow" comes from? It seems silly that they would make something and worship it. I have a schedule. I made it. I stick to it. Am I as silly as the Israelites? I only have a certain amount of time. I should be careful where I spend it. 24 hours a day, 60 minutes an hour. No rollover minutes. I can't seem to get my dog to roll over. She's too oblong. She sleeps on her side, with her feet all jumbled together. It makes her easier to hog tie. Why do people tie the feet of their pigs together? Does it make them easier to carry? They weigh hundreds of pounds, wouldn't it be easier to make them walk instead of tying their feet together to carry them? I'm sure there are answers out there for all these questions. Just like I learned on Monday why we have whole grain. I couldn't imagine a half grain, but I didn't know about the shell. I like shellfish. The Hebrews missed out. They weren't kosher. I'm not sure why. Maybe it was a sanitation issue. I think they eat the junk in the water. God didn't want His people eating animals that ate junk or that were scavengers. He just wanted them to eat the ones that ate grass or made a fresh kill. It was his way of setting them apart. (Maybe also for sanitation reasons.) He set them apart so that they could be a part of His will for all men to know Him and to come to a saving knowledge of the truth. All men. No exceptions. All. Period. Dot.

No comments: