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What do sheep eat?

Feed them meat and they will not eat it.

 

What do  wolves eat?

Feed them grass and they will not eat it.

 

Have you ever given this a thought?

 

Mice are food for snakes and snakes are storks’ favorite nourishment.

 

Although most carnivorous animals prefer fresh meat some – vultures and jackals – like carcasses. Why?

 

Have you ever given this a thought? Some animals are vegetarians and other carnivorous. . .

 

Plants make their own food through photosynthesis, yet some are carnivorous - dionea and drosera and the like

 

And, do you know about leaches? Leaches, when attached to the body will only draw venous blood.

 

Why not oxygenated blood?

 

THIS NEWS IS EVEN MORE INTERESTING:

 

Viruses in the treatment of acne.

A virus found in the skin destroys bacteria causing acne.

Leeds AA

April 22 2004 – Keith Holland, a microbiologist at Leeds University, England indicated that they intendedto begin this summer to clinically  experiment  producing a considerable amount of bacteriophage – bacteria eating viruses 

 

It has been proven in clinical experiments that certain viruses affect bacteria species and destroy them by feeding on them. What is interesting is that the virus does not eat the healthy tissue after having eaten the infected. The virus acts like a worker who has completed his job.

 

Now, let’s give this thought.

 

Who makes animals, plants – all creatures- like their nourishment?

 

“. . .there is not a moving creature, but He hath grasp of its fore-lock (VERSE 56, THE PROPHET HUD) SURA 11

 

Every living species  is a loop in the  nourishment chain of  another species.

 

The destruction of one species endangers the existence of another species.

 

God disdains not to use the similitude of things, lowest  as well as highest.

 

How many are the creatures that carry not their own sustenance? It is God who feeds (both) them and you:  For he hears and knows (all the things).

 

 

  

 

It is God Almighty  who nourishes all creatures and makes them like their nourishment.

 

It is He who makes horses like grass,

dogs like meat, and

vultures like carcasses.

 

 

Now, let’s think of all the nourishment he makes people like.

 

We have such a generous menu compared to animals.

Do we not?

 

MAY GOD BE YOUR BELOVED AND YOUR COMPANION

(AKIN ÖRSMEN 4.30.2005)

 

 

 

   
         
   

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