|Answering the knock at my studio door. Who's is it?|
What did we do to deserve this? The second scenario is monumentally difficult to make and incredibly expensive, not to mention that everything has to function properly or else the whole will eventually come apart. But even so, this world is essentially heavenly and perfectly-functioning. It was apparently not intended to produce efficiency or production, but designed that the creatures inhabiting it could live lives rich with beautiful interaction, with all their needs met, with all garbage magically recycled (one's trash is another's food!), everything renewed to its normal state of beauty, as if the whole universe were designed for each one's particular pleasure. And humans were further unnecessarily blessed with not only consciousness, but creativity. Why?
This to me is evidential proof of a God who cares so much for each of us that we are all owners of a much greater wealth than any one of us could ever imagine; so great that no matter how deeply you look into microscopic structure or deep space, you never come to the end of this bounty, or as some say, you are forever held in the embrace of a loving God. So, after all that, it would be truly a shame if the human race were blind to this awe-some gift. Yet many are. I try every day not to be. And you?