Dr Shrenik Shah

source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUya5SYqqlA

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1 Cary W = "The things of the world made by men are very temporary, but even nature herself, through regeneration, reflects the eternal.  Some music, art, architecture and of course the actions of men also reflect the eternal, and so remain century after century.  All wise teachings encourage us to surrender the temporary and seek for the eternal aspects of life, so laying up in our hearts, treasure in heaven!"
2 Cary W = "All things in creation have a glory all their own, though temporary.  When we can behold all glory as having its source and power from the One Spirit of God, then we are able to share in that glory and extend it into our being and out into the lives of others."
3 Cary W = "Space is seen as substance, not empty, and that what we used to attribute to gravity, keeping all the spheres in space orbiting, it is now believed has more to do with the curving and bending of fabric of space.  Dr. Shah mentions that if space is bent, then so is time, which could lead us to conclude that all the moments that ever were and those yet to come, have already happened somewhere in that bendy universe, and they are also yet to be born."