"Chuang Tze wrote, 'What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls the butterfly.'
We see the caterpillar's metamorphosis into a butterfly as a transition of great beauty, but to the caterpillar it's a traumatic experience - it thinks it is dying."
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1 Response Feb 16, 2013

Hi Mc ~ I'm one too. Irish or Scotch? I like poems too.

Paul was a man who had a lot of zeal,
He was mean and the Christians, he wanted to kill.
A light struck him down, and for awhile he stumbled around.
His eyesight was restored but he still had a problem.
"You know I have a thorn in my flesh,
A trial for all to look upon.".

I prayed for healing three times.

"Sorry Paul,
From your weakness,
I will make you strong".

The Christians loved him anyway.
He said
"You didn't spit uon me in contempt,
You treated me like an angel of God."

Read Galations 4 verse 14