Monday, January 25, 2016

Albert Einstein Once Said

Albert Einstein Once Said

by Seah Greenhorn
(Poem with copyright)

Albert Einstein once said:

"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."

Well, like brilliant sun and soothing rain
upon the dry and thirsty plains
in time we do see verdant greens
denoting progressive gains that lean
our thoughts to higher intellectual means.

When using both our hearts and minds
amazed we squeal bout things revealed,
complex and simple; yet so divine.

Like waters clear: a stream or tear;
then powerful. Instilling fear. Or fire flickering; dancing on wicks. But suddenly a spark does flame the twigs that twist and roast in pain all enclosed in woods terrain.

Yes, wonder 'whys' which forever spin,
not always in the pure straight lines,

since 'leaves' do fall and simply die,
lifts up our faces beyond blue skies,
when so much more in us is stored.

Just needed most: Time to explore.

Let's rewind the reel to see the past
where we began to breath at last.

Did we evolve as many say, to rule ourselves and thus to slay the weak in strength or those that pray?

Or will Our Creator, with purpose Grand,
who designed our bodies from this land,
a beautiful home on which all men stand,

restore us according to His Perfect command: "Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth?"

Eternal and Happy; not robots rigid did He create. It's for each and every one to participate. Love God, who's "Love" in His total state, with sincerity/respect;

Or choose another to govern you.

This is our choice to win or lose: God's Sovereignty with His Son as King or Satan's rule to end. Up-and-coming. Soon.

Science establishes that life does spring from complexities; non-obvious things
that the Bible to the meek simply explains:

Creation sings of a caring Father who consoles and brings His sheep to fold under His tent or protection; kind. He gives explanations in His Word to those who seek: "Truth:"

Which they will most definitely... Find.