If the Mona Lisa was painted on a grain of rice instead of a canvas, would it be less beautiful, or more beautiful?
If words of wisdom were written on a human hair, would they be less wise?
Step 46 of Steps to Knowledge “I must be small to be great,” declares “Recognizing your limitations allows you to work in a limited context very successfully.” What I’m seeing at this point is that part of the mission of my life, part of the constraints of that mission, is working within the limitations of my own individuality, an individuality which is to express life itself.
But some people have issues with their individuality. Some people wish they had a different size. Some people wish they had different shapes. Some people wish they had different colors, and so forth. They are like the clay pot complaining to the potter “Why did you make me like this?”
There must be millions of effective and useful chemical and electrical interactions that go on in the human body every day. Do we think about them? I, for one, am thankful that I don’t have to think about making my heart beat, breathing, digesting, etc.
The same idea applies to the mind. Some people wish they had some different kinds of intelligence than the ones they have.
I join in with David in giving thanks for the limited context in which I work.
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
your works are wonderful,
I know that full well. (Psalm 139:14, New International Version)
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