The conversation drifted back and forth from profundities about the nature of God, the universe and man, to lighter questions.
Suddenly, Einstein lifted his head, looked up at the skies and said, “We know nothing about it at all. Our knowledge is but the knowledge of school children.”
“Do you think that we shall ever probe the secret?” “Possibly, we shall know a little more than we do now. But the real nature of things –that we shall never know, never.”
Along in August comes a windless morning
Holding its breath to catch earth’s strong heartbeat.
Even the aspens cease their perpetual tremor.
There is a hush…
…a waiting for one leaf to fall and lay bare that secret pulse.
If the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, you can bet the water bill is higher.
Even if you sleep in a thousand-mat room. you can only sleep on one mat.
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It has often been pointed out that thinking precedes thanking. When we are presented with a gift, it is because we think of its significance and meaning that we are led to express out appreciation.
What, then, are the thoughts that, entertained by the Christian, lead to thanksgiving?
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