As a child I enjoyed interacting with animals in many different ways, this is an attempt to chronicle some of those interactions through photographs.
I would frequently tame bears.
I liked riding horses…
I loved dogs…
so much so that I wanted to be one.
I enjoyed riding camels.
And to top it all off, I had a strange affection for large rats.
By pursuing worthless things one becomes worthless (Jeremiah 2:5). By pursuing false things one becomes false (2 Kings 17:15).
What one pursues defines what one will become.
“There are no detailed Darwinian accounts for the evolution of any fundamental biochemical or cellular system, only a variety of wishful speculations. It is remarkable that Darwinism is accepted as a satisfactory explanation for such a vast subject—evolution—with so little rigorous examination of how well its basic theses work in illuminating specific instances of biological adaptation or diversity.”
– Molecular biologist James Shapiro, “In the Details…What?” National Review, 19 September 1996, pp. 62–65.
“I do not believe one can settle how much we ought to give. I am afraid the only safe rule is to give more than we can spare. In other words, if our expenditure on comforts, luxuries, amusement, etc., is up to the standard common among those with the same income as our own, we are probably giving away too little. If our giving does not at all pinch or hamper us, I should say it is too small. There ought to be things we should like to do and cannot because our commitment to giving excludes them.”
– C.S. Lewis
“You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore” (Psalm 16:11).
Acts 7:55 tells us that Jesus is the unending pleasure at God’s right hand. The greatest source of joy in heaven is Jesus.