Thank you for reminding me the true measure of my creation and that all other exciting events and responsibilities such as bearing children are appendages to this.
Your very last statement sounded rather contradictory to me, however: “Me filling the measure of my creation isn’t so much having children as it is becoming like my Father in Heaven.” Heavenly Father’s a FATHER, so doesn’t becoming like Him involve having children? Or are you just giving Mom more excuses as to why you don’t have kids yet? (Hee hee)]]>
I am not an artist, but I do appreciate it. I love logos. I love letterhead. I have several favorites, and I hate it when companies re-vamp and try to improve something that is classic. I am jealous of your ability to create such statements.
We have a nature park that is near where I live now. It is a wonder. On my first trip there with my Webelos scout group, I remember the guide trying to explain enviornments that exisit with in enviornments. One comment from a scout was, “I am a really small part of God’s creation” Taken aback by the words of a ten year old, I mulled over them, for quite sometime. On the way home, I tried to express, what you have written so eloquently stated here. That we Are God’s greatest creation, and we can do no greater justice, than to become like him.
Thank you for your post~ and for the ones that have preceeded it.]]>
I just now realized what the Nine Moons are. Duh.]]>