Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Food for Thought

As I go through my days, once in awhile an idea crosses my mind that might make a blog article. It may be a play on words or a catchy title, etc. The other day I made myself a note that I now have no idea what I was thinking. So, I will post my note and see if someone can figure out where I was headed with this train of thought.

My note: "Death, Dying, Dogs". That is not a big mystery as I thought about writing about how having a dog and later dealing with its death, teaches us some life lessons. It might be a valuable learning experience for children.

It is the next part of the note that has me baffled, "Mathematically, death is a bigger deal to unbelievers". For sure, death is something to be pretty worried about if you are not a believer in Jesus. But, "mathematically", what in the world was I thinking? So, when you figure it out, let me know. I am sure there is a logical explanation.


  1. Wowww...
    If you figure it out, let ME know.

  2. Mathmatically because as a kid getting a dog, raising it and dealing with its death, then has to SUM up its life. Raising your kids to believe in eternity and the saving grace of Jesus they could then calculate the good life of the dog, from treats, to playing and that it goes to a happier place? That's all i got :)

  3. Wow, I was pretty impressed by Jenae's "sum"up of the blog. It totally left me blank.