Yellow flowers

Everything is a miracle, until it becomes common knowledge.

Common knowledge may include either spiritual knowledge, or human knowledge.

Spiritual knowledge has proven very productive to me. However, I appreciate human knowledge, for instance, driving on the right side of the road is the law in the United States, but driving on the left side of the road when in Thailand or New Zealand is the law.

Now, quite wonderful is the fact that human knowledge can trigger spiritual knowledge. Here is a video using the human knowledge of why a flower is yellow that triggers contemplation as to why bodies can be healthy. Health doesn’t have to be seen as a miracle, but as an all-presence we can naturally reflect.


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3 thoughts on “Yellow flowers

  1. […] conclusion: History serves as a window into nature. But readers must decide which nature. Trying to understand the human nature is as promising as understanding falling snow. Admittedly, […]

  2. Janet from FL September 28, 2014 at 7:47 pm Reply

    I like the idea of reflecting good health. I also would enjoy reflecting the yellow of the rose. I love that color! Of course the flower does not know it is reflecting yellow, but it is in its DNA. So, I guess that means I can’t reflect that pretty yellow color. Darn. You got me thinking though, about how I might be able to reflect good health. It’s intriguing.

    • Cheryl Petersen September 29, 2014 at 6:27 am Reply

      Thank you for commenting. Your faith is colorfully beautiful.

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