May 18th, 2008 | By Sonnie
There are two main beliefs in the creation of the world. Some believe the right gases mixed, we evolved, and this is what we became. I believe God created the earth, and made us in his image. I heard this story when I was young and it always stuck with me.
There was a woman. She was burned really bad in a fire. Her face bared the brunt of the scars. She had a daughter that loved science, it was her passion. Her mother worked hard to get her every advantage.
Her mother was so proud of her. When she won an award for her brilliance, she was the first one there to see it. She watched her daughter, strong and confident, take the stage and command attention. She was so impressed.
Then came the speech. Her mother sat there shocked, listening to her daughter credit science for the creation of man. Before her speech was over, the mother got up and exited the building.
The daughter found her outside crying. She wiped her tears and questioned their meaning. The mother looked into her daughter’s eyes and wept.
Do you know how I got these scars?
The daughter had always wondered, but her mother had showed her so much love she hadn’t asked. It just didn’t matter.
Well when you were a baby, our house caught on fire. I had been working so hard, I didn’t wake up at the sound of the alarm. Your cries finally woke me, but the flames were already in room with us. I grabbed you, and I prayed. God told me to move and I did. I ran through the burning house with you in my arms and I didn’t stop til we were safe outside. I never felt the flames on my face and body and not a single one touched you.
I thought your love of science would help the world, I never thought it would destroy your faith.
You should read my blog, Poetry: That feeling. Then let me know what you think.