THE ORIGINS – SIMPLE AND PLAIN IN WATER

I was in a church yesterday; in the city; the church also open week days. 

I was trying to enjoy the solitude. But my thoughts went into plural. I looked at the communion table at the front. I could not help but notice the sign of the fish inscribed in to the wood work of this table.
My thoughts were this: If I was from another galaxy (but I don’t believe in aliens in outer space) and I came in to this church and wanted to know more about this human species I would see the sign of the fish and could not but think that humans originally came from fish. 
Carbon on/in this earth ages. Humans are made out of carbon as are most or all creatures as are the plant life. Life dies and in that dying life leaves behind amongst other things CARBON. Carbon goes back in to the soil. Carbon makes coal; makes oil; makes diamonds. But to get to diamonds the carbon may take millions of years to transform. 
Everything starts simple. Simple one. Simple one cell. Simple goes to become many. Everything has to have its beginning in ONE. But man wants simple to become complex. One never loses all it’s properties. One can be retained as a bigger one. Life needs water. Life began in water. Water of life. We need water to survive. Life began as a simple cell in water. The soul came later. With the soul came intelligence. With the soul came thought. ONLY humans think; no other life thinks. Soul was given to primates who were called humans. But humans to me came up the ladder of change a different way from the primates we see now. Humans to me had a different evolution (but similar in many respects) to say apes and monkeys we see in this world today. The primates outside human do not think; they have no soul. 
Evolution has credibility. But not exactly the way scientists say. We are not direct descendants the same as the primates we see in the world now.

Yours Sincerely; Lester John Murray.

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