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Blast from the Past

Posted by Sherry on 8/16/2005 in Blogamundi (Links), Christian Life |

What ever happened to . . . Rubik’s Cube? I remember when these were popular, about twenty-five years ago. But according to this firebug, some people are still trying to solve Rubik’s Cube. And he derives a spiritual application:

One of the things you quickly learn is that you can’t move one piece without affecting at least one other piece. And most moves displace at least three pieces. It’s a three-dimensional object lesson about the inevitability of causes and effects, as well as an effective illustration of the principle of 1 Corinthians 12:25-25: any body composed of multiple members is still one body, and whatever effects one member affects the whole body.

I never managed to even get close to solving a Rubik’s Cube. I’ll bet Engineer Husband could do it.

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