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Sunday, August 22, 2010

Does Not the Potter Have a Right Over the Clay?

Yesterday I asked my 8-year old daughter this question:

What if you drew a picture of a man in a boat, and the man looked up at you and said, "I don't want to be in this boat. I want to be on land. Anyway, you don't even exist and I can do what I want because this picture is about me!"

She said, "I would erase him!"

I said, "I'm glad you're not God."

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