October 2017 Conchshell Chronicles
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July 2017 Conchshell Chronicles
Above the door to my junior high school in Reynoldsburg Ohio was chiseled the words “You shall know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”
At the time I thought “How nice!”, and that year I learned how to do differential equations, and other random stuff. Later on I learned from my chemistry teacher, Mrs. Datish, that an experiment had been done by Miller and Urey at the University of Chicago in 1952 that proved that life had originated in a primordial swamp when a bolt of lighting had struck and formed amino acids. During my university years I learned that many smart men did not believe in God, and that the Bible was a really book of mythology and philosophy that I could not trust. I also learned that Christian morality didn’t really fit into my world, and that I could decide what was right and wrong.
June 2017 Conchshell Chronicles
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May 2017 Conchshell Chronicles
oday I was doing work in the yard, and I took my cutter and began pruning the Meyers Lemon and Persian Lime trees. Here is a photo of the Meyers Lemon tree now, which is loaded with green lemons. The flowers the first photo are the cluster of fruit in the second! The other citrus trees have many as well!
As I trimmed the branches off the four trees, I smelled citrus oil. I realized that I was cutting off live limbs from these trees. I was smelling their “blood”. Then it hit me. Something was going on with me as well.