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Re: Bi-Polar or a Gift from God?

Posted by daydreamer on January 9, 2004, at 12:20:19

In reply to Re: Bi-Polar or a Gift from God?, posted by holymama on January 9, 2004, at 7:01:56

But thats considered clouded judgement.

God gave us the beauty of the earth and sky-- colors, light, and the stars.
Though someone blind could never see that, do they feel anyless about God? Even if not, could they truely appreciate the earth and its surroundings (by sight) even if they couldnt see it?

There are children born in Africa, who were born great artists, but will never be able to touch a pencil and paper... and end up dying of AIDS or starvation. Does that mean that they werent given a gift by god?

A child born in the projects and died in the projects... had the talent to be the next mozart, but due to man-made conidtions (due to lack of jobs, homelessness, gangs, murder, etc) ... he was never able to touch a piano.

Man-Made disasters and conditions in this world- prevent alot of people from using there true gifts and talents...

The problem is, the majority of the human race wont open their eyes enough to see what god has really given us.

So no... the BP homeless man sitting down the street from the Starbucks as you get your coffee in the mornings, doesnt see it as a gift from God..
and neither will millions of starving children ever be able meet their full potential in life...and recognize the gift in themselves.




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