No matter what religion you practice, no matter what sect, denomination or religion your family brought you up on, no matter what religion you chose to follow to give truth to your spiritual feelings, you all believe that somewhere back in the beginning of time, He created the world that we live in. You believe that He created the universe and the stars and planets that flicker or stand still within it. Some of those planets orbit our world. Some of those planets, along with the earth, orbit that great ball of fire known to us as the sun.
Some of us believe that this great sun is but one of a few in the galaxies out there. We also know that many of those stars out there died thousands of years ago. Today, more and more evidence is being put forward that there were once worlds out there very similar to the small one we live in today. Some of those planets were by far much larger than our planet. I wonder to myself what a marvelous world it must have been, once upon a time.
There are those of you who do not believe that our world, the universe and the galaxies were created by Him. To you, no such entity exists and no such force could have created what I’ve just mentioned above. Some of you will be referring studiously to Darwin’s theory of evolution. But as far as I am concerned; therein lies the rub, as once quoted by the greatest English-speaking story teller and writer of all time, Sir William Shakespeare. During his era too, women showed the world that they were more than capable of ruling the earth, in fact, they could be far more adept at doing this than men
Queen Elizabeth the First kept the Spanish Armada at bay. She turned England into a great nation. Around the time of Darwin, Queen Victoria was in the throes of her long reign. She pretty much took over the entire world, much against the will of Him who I am sure once said that the earth and all its resources and living things should be shared fairly and equitably. How much more we could have learned and appreciated from each other had we been obedient.
And so here we are. The world is in quite a mess. One argument goes that the world is overpopulated (by humans) and more resources need to be managed to help its dominating species survive and thrive. But some – not all – of the human race bit off more than it could chew. I believe that even though the world’s human population continues to grow, and dominate other species of flora and fauna almost to the point of causing its extinction; there is more than enough room for everyone and everything.
The world as we know it is not how it was intended to be in the beginning.
Those of you who do not believe that He created galaxies, universes and worlds, please be kind enough to present the rest of us with your evidence. Also explain to us why we, as entities, destroy rather than create in our own designed ways.
When you talk to others be honest with yourself.
I think this has something to do with both my family and spiritual background. I suppose it also has a lot to