They say it is a miracle that a mother sheep can recognize her lamb in a herd of a thousand. I can even do better than that. Why, I can be in the middle of a million people on Manhattan Island and I can recognize my wife in no time, especially if I am somewhere I am not supposed to be.
Modern society has done wonders with DNA in pinpointing and labeling humans. We as humans take pride in connecting our family history with important ancestors. Sometimes I think it is good to research history and connect with our departed families, but we have to be careful in not taking a false pride. We really had nothing to do with who we are. We could just as easily have been born in the Australian Outback, as well as Pendleton County, Kentucky. The Good Lord determined where and to whom we were born.
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