first - the Chicken or the Egg?
matter which came first - So it is the
Chicken - just where does it find food?
And if it is the egg, just how does it
first and then food. You can only
live one or three days without water and
only a few weeks without food.
the Creation of the world - from total
chaos and darkness to Adam and Chavah
and on the 7th day they should have
enter total and complete Shabbat.
Gad Eden needed to wait for its needs.
tells us it took millions and billions
of years to form the universe and all
living things. Millions of years
for animals to evolve.
evolution is true - what is missing?
Time to develop
evolve with fangs and poison to catch
evolve and fly away from the cat....
will it body to change, develop and
design the web to catch the fly...
nurse her baby - where does she find the
food she needs?
that ties all living things to the world
is water, food, sleep, reproduction and death
When do we
need water and food?
Now or in
millions of years of trail and error?
Dehydration and Starvation
is the reward of those that believe it
all came into existence by accident,
trail and error.
wandered in the desert for 40 years and
what fell from heaven? Food
water and fod now, life is only
temporary at best and short lived.
you have food - how do you eat it? The
whole digestive process is complicated
and if evolution is correct we had time
for millions of years to develop.
My sons can't even wait five minutes for
food - but all life had time millions
and millions of year?
something that makes us apart of this
world. Tied to it. All mitzvah are
tied to food, giving charity, learning
Torah, building a mikvah, writing a
Torah Scroll, giving birth - without
food we can do none of these things.
You can not even love without the G-d
giving nourishment of food.
Without food we can not live... We all
have heard the famous line, "Man
does not live by bread alone...."
it mean? The verse comes from Torah
[Deuteronomy 8:3] and is a reference to
the miraculous manna, which fell from
heaven daily during the Jewish people's
sojourn in the wilderness. The
conclusion of the verse is that "rather,
by the utterance of God's mouth does man
live." Thus, it is reminding us about
the true source of human sustenance.
When do we
need Food - Now, give Thanks to HaShem.