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Evolution
by Barbara Hartmann King

Monday, March 12, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The evolution of earths creatures are of environmental making; but is the evolution of Man more of a spiritual awakening?


       

 Large creatures, small ones, the ice age and dinosaurs,

Were all part of our planet many centuries before,

As the earth changed over the zillions of ages,

Its creatures adapted to their various stages.

They took thousands of years to attune to the environment,

Gradually coming together in a harmony of contentment,

As time passed, all had their own purpose, their will,

They had their special function by instinct instilled,

So the balance of nature gradually took place,

Each species surviving at its natural pace.

But man, Homo Sapien, was he part of this act?

Nobody knows for certain, there are no real facts,

Home Sapien, he is different, he has intellect,

And the ape we know is a creature of instinct,

So where is that link if there is one at all?

There are too many questions to know for sure,

The evolution of earth’s creatures are of

environmental making,

But is the evolution of man more of a

spiritual awakening?

 

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Reviewed by Connie Faust 4/2/2012
There is another book that states the answer as a fact: The Bible. I believe the earth is only about 5,000 years old and God created both the earth, the first man and woman, and everything on and around the earth.

Connie
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/13/2012
Probably not. Two books help explain, “The Selfish Gene” and The Territorial Imperative.”

Ron



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