28 Jul 2013

Why did God create the Earth?

Ok, so it had best be known, in case that is not already quite obvious, that I am not in any way a believer in concepts, things or people (please cross out the terms that are irrelevant to you, as nobody has yet managed to define to which category "God" belongs: possibly "he", "she" or "it" is a category to themselves) that are qualified by some as a deity or deities. 

But I grew up in a culture that did tend to believe in such things, and which maintains the rather strange visual embodiment of this concept as an oldish man with a beard, often to be found lurking behind a cloud, and sometimes preceded by rays of sun slanting down towards this planet to which us humans (at least most of us) are confined.

So all this is to explain why I find this image somewhat familiar and the message funny.




The corollary to which is of course the following question: "do penguins have knees?". And this can lead to other questions of that ilk, such as "and if they do, what do they use them for?"

(With all due thanks to those who introduced me to this image and transferred it to my computer, in particular my niece Arabella and one of her daughters, Marina)



3 comments:

  1. Amongst the many questions arising upon reading your post, two request an immediate answer: (i) why does God look like the late Ravi Shankar and (ii) why does he wear the colours of ASM Clermont Auvergne ?

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  2. Luc, here are some suggested answers:
    (i) I don't know, but maybe they are/were cousins
    (ii) As you can see, God likes penguins. Therefore he must appreciate cold weather. The coldest rugby match I have ever attended was at the Marcel Michelin stadium, between Clermont Auvergne and Stade Français (victory for Stade Francias). If God likes penguins then he has to like cold wether.
    Are we clear here?

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  3. Hi a friend of mine recently let me know that a website is scraping her blog. It looks like your content has been lifted as well :(

    http://vinesource.net/category/french/

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