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Parable Of The Dove Analysis



Author: Poetry of Louise Glück Type: Poetry Views: 135

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Meadowlands1996A dove lived in a village.

When it opened its mouth

sweetness came out, sound

like a silver light around

the cherry bough. But

the dove wasn't satisfied.It saw the villagers

gathered to listen under

the blossoming tree.

It didn't think: I

am higher that they are.

It wanted to wealk among them,

to experience the violence of human feeling,

in part for its song's sake.So it became human.

It found passion, it found violence,

first conflated, then

as separate emotions

and these were not

contained by music. Thus

its song changed,

the sweet notes of its longing to become human

soured and flattened. Thenthe world drew back; the mutant

fell from love

as from the cherry branch,

it fell stained with the bloody

fruit of the tree.So it is true after all, not merely

a rule of art:

change your form and you change your nature.

And time does this to us.






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stops too. Some really azmaing R&D thats being done is predicated on similar principles of quantum theory.Allah Subhana Wa Ta'ala obliges us w/ the mere senses we have. We're afforded glimpses outside of these only @ his behest with disciplines like math and physics. Not to mention the appropriate Ayas you have @ your command that would put all of this to bed.Out side of these I suspect lurks convoluted arrogance. Take a Shiv to this guys L7 vertebrae for me.Sallaams my Brot

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God cannot be both All-Knowing and All-Powerful.Why not? What power prvidoes the parameter for “all Powerful” or “All Knowing”?I do not know and neither does your instructor.The parable he sets forth is this: imagine a box, which the contents are unknown and unknowable.Why not open the box, know the unknown, and discover the unknowable?Could God created such a box? If so, how could He be All-Knowing?If not, how could He be All-Powerful?God “The Inevitability” has already created such a box; it only needs opening, but only by the unfaithful and arrogant.The instructor seems vain, in that he attempts to impress with the “square circle” argument.It is as absurd as the question; what happens if a hole falls off a sheet of paper.

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Salaams,You know, we should print this out and peenrst it to the most Salafied people we can find and watch them explode!We've all been in these conversations before, usually prompted by the same type of person that your professor is. Normally such people don't care or even believe in the existence of a higher power anyway and pose such questions simply to test those questioned to test their patience and ability to carry an argument without becoming angry, or smacking the taste out the mouth of such a person.Some time ago, I had my encounter with such a person, and at the time, I confess it did bother me somewhat. So, I asked those who I consider knowledgeable and trustworthy and the answer they gave me was a simple question:Why would God create/do something that would challenge His Lordship?Honestly, these days I steer pretty clear of such people and arguments. My patience with such things is, unfortunately, pretty thin. I just don't want to hear it, and I usually respond with my patented whatever, or I don't care, go away I know this isn't the best thing to do, but that's me.I hope you fair better in dealing with people like that, at least until the end of the semester when you've found out that you passed the class! Then, maybe give them a good what-for! R

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