Wednesday, April 22, 2009

What is Life?

1.If you get cancer, the best thing to do is to go without care because you are never certain of getting cured, but you are certain that it will financially ruin your family. That is common fear many poor citizen have about unaffordable health care.

But, then again, being poor in financial standing has its blessings in disguise, for there are many poor peasants who outlived their own doctors whose prognosis's didn't come to pass, because being poor, they turned to the nature for last resort of hope and they were helped. The LORD causes the fruits and vegetables(herbs) for man to cultivate, for the service of men, that he may derive sustenance from the land.(Psalm 104:14)(Genesis 1:29)

2. The firmament is blue-water forever,
and the Earth will long stand firm and bloom spring.
But, man, how long will you live?

Let's Imagine Together ...

3.When we are down to eating our predecessors, what is left?
Embryonic stem cells Therapy is just present day advanced-cannibalism. Even if we're not driven to cannibalism, might we, too, face terrible choices as we skulk toward the future?

4.A generation ago, humans eluded nuclear annihilation; with grace, we'll continue to dodge that and other mass terrors. But now we often find ourselves asking whether inadvertently we've poisoned or parboiled the planet, ourselves included.
We've also used and abused water and soil so that there's a lot less of each, and trampled thousands of species that probably aren't coming back.
Our present world, some respected voices warn, could one day degenerate into something resembling a vacant lot, where crows and rats, if still survive, scuttle among weeds, preying on each other. If it comes to that, at what point would things have gone so far that, for all our vaunted superior intelligence, we're not among the hardy survivors?

The truth is, we don't know. Perhaps, you do, then share in the "comment box" below. Any conjecture gets muddled by our obstinate reluctance to accept that the worst might actually occur.

We may be undermined by our survival instincts, if those instincts dupe us into waiting until it's too late, that' bad and sad too. If they fortify our resistance in the face of mounting omens or woes, that is good.

More than once, crazy, stubborn hope has inspired creative strokes that snatched people from ruin.

5.It is never too late or too early to revise and be wise again for the rest of our journey.......

Use Water-cure. Rather be thankful for the timely warning, and do something about it.

Drink at least 10% of your own daily water-quota (31.42 ml multiply by your present body weight(kg), every 90 minutes. Use 1/4 teaspoon of sea-salt in your daily diet, for every 1250 ml water drank.

Pain is a sign/signal produced by dehydration in the human body. Pain may be common but it is not normal.

To simplify complications is the FIRST essential of success.

5. Picture a world from which we all suddenly vanished. Tomorrow. Snatched away to a dimension beyond this three-dimensions world. Or say that Jesus - more on Him later - 'rapture' us away to our heavenly glory somewhere across the galaxy.

For a sense of how the world would go on without us, among other places we must look to the world before us. We're no time travelers , but only imagineers of time, and the fossil record is only a fragmentary sampling. But even if that record were complete, the future won't perfectly mirror the past. Since some things we've done are likely irrevocable, what would remain in our absence would not be the same planet had we never started off in the first place.

Yet it might not be so different. There are still a few Earthly spots which invite us to wonder how nature might flourish if granted the chance.

Since we are imagining, why not also day-dream of a way for nature to prosper that doesn't depend on our demise? We are after all, scientifically categorised under mammals ourselves, warm-blooded, give birth to young, breast-feed them, nurture them, teach them,....

Every life-form adds to this vast pageant. With our passing, might some lost contribution of ours, humanly speaking, leave the planet a bit more impoverished?

Is it possible that, instead of hearing a huge biological sigh of relief, the world without us would miss us ?
We don't get out of this life alive and neither will the Earth. The world exists to serve people, because man, mankind, is the most honorable of all creatures.

6.We see the signs: Harmony is broken. The good are outnumbered. There is more injustice, exploitation, corruption, pollution, prostitution, degradation. We are facing it now. We take care of our bodies to live a linger life or longer life. We should do the same for the world. If we cherish it, make it last as long as possible, we can postpone the judgment day.

Can we?

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