I wonder a lot. I wish I could get paid for that. Think of it…a full-time wonderer. I could get into that.
We just drove out in the country so we could see the Northern Lights better. So pretty! I really wonder what causes them. Yeah, I know that it’s supposedly the light reflecting off the polar ice cap, but why is there any light up there anyway? I mean, it’s the middle of winter, practically the solstice. We are tilted away from the sun, and the polar ice cap is pointed away even moreso, correct? So why lights? Is it perhaps the moon reflecting light onto the ice cap, which in turn reflects it into the sky? I must reflect on this.
Hey, I could be a reflector, too. Like work two jobs–be a reflector AND a wonderer.
There’s something else I’ve been wondering about lately. A few years ago, I heard the viewpoint that since there is only one God, Jesus is not God, but he is God’s son and is divine. I was just reminded of that lately, and have been mulling it. How exactly can he be divine but not God? I always thought that was what divine meant! Divine appointment = appointment arranged by God, Divine intervention = intervention by God, etc.
So is anyone up on this view? Any answers? Reflections?