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What If? ~ 365 Photos Challenge #199

If ever since the stone age all the land in the whole earth can be planted anything, how human civilization today?

If we can not feel pain, do not feel anything when certain body parts or even entirely burned by fire… feet hit by big rocks …

stomach being stabbed accidentally… the veins to the heart filled with fat until narrow did not cause of any sense… how would it be?

If disaster never existed, the flood never happened, the mountain could not erupt, what is human like now?

If the wife will not be angry when her husband married again and again and again… or vice versa, how the face of the human family?

Imagine if a salesman can sell anything to everyone he meets, what will he learn?

If the problem never existed in human life, what kind of human being are we?

If you want to join, here is all about 365 Photos Challenge and I am on Day 199


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  1. Awesome post, Albert <3 And, once again, you have the wheels in my head turning 🙂 You are absolutely correct! We don't learn anything from an easy life… We learn problem-solving skills by actually solving problems 🙂 Henceforth, is it not fair to say that the poor are often the greatest innovators? 😉 Just my two cents… Love and Many Blessings to you and the family! <3 <3 <3

    • I think a lot of people know that we live to learn, unfortunately, we often just want to learn something easy in the easy way to get something big ? I agree that the poor are often the greatest innovators for certain context ? “Thank you for your thought, Windy… And for the lovely wish too… Hope that’s also for you.

  2. what a wonderful picture. The story is one to ponder for awhile. I think the inner question I come away with here is “when things are easy to do we stop and wonder why?” I think the answer to that is wrapped in our question to reduce complexity, to deliver relief from the painful and hard problems.

    Nice Albert!

  3. Yes I know Albert. Things happen for a reason in life. Like a chain reaction. That is true. However after losing my son, when people would tell me that, I would get angry. Do not tell me my son’s death was for a reason. I should not have lost him, for no reason. But other than that aspect in my life, I agree most things happen for a reason.


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