By W. R. Jones – I don’t think Lisa wants anything to do with this post; she shys away from religion.
I was talking with a dear friend the other day who is of the opinion that there is no other life in the universe but for what we have on earth. I pointed out that the universe is fairly large. I mean, hundreds of millions of light years across. Light moves along rather quickly so if you calculate, it is quite a long walk across the whole thing.
So if God only has us to attend to, and He, in my opinion, is not doing an exemplary job at that, what is all that other stuff for out there? Isn’t that hugely wasteful of raw material? We only really need a moon, sun, and a sprinkling of other stars to wish upon. And if you will think back over your life wishing on a star is about as fruitful as playing the lotto. As dear old mom said, “Wish in one hand, shit in the other, see which one fills up the fastest.”
How does light travel all that way and that fast? He really throws hard. Traveling for a 100 million years, wow, that is OLD. I wonder if it is wrinkled by the time it gets here. I would think it would be all tuckered out and just sort of drop to the earth of exhaustion. Come to think of it, that is just how it appears in my paintings.
If I should drown in water conditioning tonight please start a class action suit against Erin, I’m fairly certain it is intentional.