- Marcia Lee Laycock
I drove my daughter to school early this morning in the glow of that
special light that comes only during the Fall season. The vehicle ahead
of us stirred up a dance of yellow leaves and many more were falling
from the trees as we passed under them. I marveled at the contrast of
what bears the ugliness of death yet is so beautiful.
And I stand in awe as I think of one of the primary laws of science – matter cannot be created nor destroyed but only transformed. Those falling leaves will add to the nourishment of the land and allow new growth in the spring. No-one in the modern world would dispute that scientific fact. This is, as all others are, not just a law of science but . . .