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pensiveness

Writing/thinking/being aka “pen”….(sive) with “black/grey” ink…

Writing/thinking/being aka “pen” (sive) with “color/shade” thereof ink

(a collage (and simultaneously a sieve) of words/actions)

(sometimes–stuff/life can make you feel black n’ blue IF You let it)… However, bruises metaphorically/
(or literally) are just temporary, may sting/hurt, but not permanent damage and survivable, right?!

Top 3 Primary Questions for Reflections:)

1. Who is God/Yahweh/Jehovah?!

2. Who am i “really”?!

3. Who am i “becoming”?!

is a mirror also a camera?!…

hmmm, best snapshot/accurate assessment of myself is found in my Daily BIBLE reading!!

(lenses??/filters?? do not compare myself with Others nor do i compete with Anyone!)

A grey day or a bright day… still a day, huh?…aka span of opportunity to accomplish something worthwhile, what you can feasibly accomplish on a grey/fuzzy day?? may be quite different from what can be accomplished on a bright-clear day, eh?!

2/27/18 @ 6:33 p.m.

Positive perspective: Grateful for All my Days!:)

 

(photo Sunday, 1/28/18)

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50x faster

Fruit Fly…response time:

[…] Researchers found that these flies can react to a threat 50 times faster than a human can blink. “The fly performs a very sophisticated calculation, in a very short amount of time, to determine where the danger lies and exactly how to bank for the best escape,” explains Dickinson.

Scientists have discovered that one type of fly, the fruit fly, is able to make turns similar to those made by fighter jets, but in a fraction of a second. At birth, “they can fly like an ace,” says Professor Michael Dickinson. “It’s like putting a newborn baby in the cockpit of a fighter aircraft and it knowing what to do.”

Researchers filmed the flies’ aerobatics and found that they flap their wings 200 times per second. Yet, a single wingbeat is sufficient to reorient their bodies and begin an escape.

What do you think? Did the fruit fly’s aerobatic ability evolve? Or was it designed? [excerpted article: Was It Designed? The Fruit Fly’s Aerobatic Ability

Questions for Reflection:

Am i wise/willing/humble/flexible/fast/nimble/agile/calculative enough to change direction…away from danger?!
Be Safe…Keep Living/Flying Fruit Fly:)
2/27/18 @ 11:55 a.m.
p.s. a PRO VERB  27 (Positive Action to Apply)
12  The shrewd person sees the danger and conceals himself, But the inexperienced keep right on going and suffer the consequences.*(or penalty)
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