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Re: What Do You Mean Try To Look Up?!?!

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 5, 2000 06:02:41 UTC

Rich asked: What do you mean try to look up?!?!

Just what I wrote "sir!" - It takes additional time to locate the sources of the answers which I have learned and gathered over the years. I do not wish to be set in a trap or set any one in one either.

Let consider that if any one was able to plug in the answers to all questions in to ones brain one would! The problem is that we are creatures who learn to adapt and adapt to learn and this process takes time and this is the evolution of the mind. If the answers to all questions were available in such a way that one could learn them with the blinking of an eye then the challenge of learning would be non-existent and we would be "gods!" but we are not! so we try and be humble once we know this fact. We can not stop ourselves from ending up back in the earth from which we have received our sustenance by the grace and mercy of our maker who made all things for us.

We are being reminded daily, by our limitations that we are no more than mortal beings who live only by the will of the one who made us and by the mechanism(s)-(biological though it is) but never the less a mechanism of living matter and energy which sustains us for reasons unknown to some and known to others who wish to learn the "WHY?" and not just the "WHAT?".

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