It is sad to me that there are people who find so little mystery in life. How can anyone look at nature and not believe that some high power, whatever you happen to call it, sparked it in the first place? I refuse to believe that I’m some accidental product of a random evolutionary process void of any human creativity whatsoever.
Personally, I think both creationists and evolutionists miss the point. What if a higher power created the evolutionary process, and both beliefs hold some kernel of truth? Something to think about. By the way, the picture above is of Saginaw Bay.
I love water! I simply can’t imagine not living by a river, a bay, a lake, or some combination of the three. Then again, I’ve spent most of my life living near Saginaw Bay and the Rifle River (and now, as an adult, the Saginaw River in Bay City). It is easy to forget just how big the Great Lakes are, not to mention unique. I think that most people in Michigan take them for granted, which is a shame. You don’t appreciate a real lake until you live in Texas, but that’s just my opinion.
By the way, you’ll want to read the entire post linked above. It certainly makes a point.
- If I ever go looking for my hearts desire again… – Mammoth Lakes, CA (travelpod.com)
- The Tall Ships of Northern Michigan’s Grand Traverse Bays (michigan-travel.suite101.com)