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Posted by S.H. Le on November 22, 1999 17:14:40 UTC

Three parts to human body:The body(flesh), The soul(our thoughts, feelings, emotions, basically who we are), The innermost part of man (Temple of God).

The tabernacle built by Moses under Gods precise directions: The outer room (representing the body; flesh), The inner room (Sacred place of holding the shewbread table, etc.)(Representing the mans soul)., And the most Holy Room where God dwelt(Representing mans innermost place where God wishes to dwell)

Space: Has length, width, and height. Time: Has yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Finger: Three bones, ear ? Arm? Leg Senses:Sight, Smell, Hearing What other natural things comes in threes? ------------ The numerical pi, once thought to be the whole number three is now shown to be a non terminating number. I've heard certain fundamentalists have been lobbying in the united states to revert this "messy" number back to the "holy" three. Human classification is pretty arbitrary. Perhaps it's more indicative of our apparent love with the number three, than any inherent significance in it.

Also your classification seems incomplete. Ex. "Senses:Sight, Smell, Hearing"

(touch, taste????)

P.S. What about 8? 8 never gets any respect. That's number discrimination dammit!!

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