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RandomThoughts Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 11:38 AM
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8. The rabbit is Rabbi T.
Or hare, (hair).

Makes sense.

Hiding of Easter eggs, is wonders able to be found in everything.

There are two sides of Nature, the survival of fittest, no rules live like animals, then the care for nature side or living in harmony with your environment. They are different views of what nature is.

And there are many discussions on if Nature is part of what Christianity always has been, or if Christianity is part of what that side of Nature has always been, not sure if that is even relevant, but there is two angles to see that from.

The idea is not to burn down some thing people find beauty in, but to know it is also a creation of God, so the saints, or at least Patrick, did not tell people Trees were bad when discussing with older religious types, but that they were part of creation of God, and the tree is not worshiped, but it is an extension of God being that a tree is also a creation of God. So that changes by seeing a deeper level into some of the older religions many speak of as pagen. Idols of wood and stone create many issues, since they separate the reason for the majesty from the creator, and Idols can hold other things when not part of the connectivity of the one spirit of love and kindness. That is how Talismans are created, by worship, without connectivity, then something else moves into the thing, hence it is not about trees, or bunnies, but how they are all part of the same spirit of creator, and the beauty is part of the beauty of God when seen in those things.

It is not that complicated, someone probably wrote something about it somewhere.

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