just a thought. what if every living thing in this universe is constantly growing?
asked 24 Apr '11, 02:46
Barry Allen ♦♦
the universe itself is constantly growing so i do not see why that can not be true.
love n light,
hey 2 robs dont make a right ! :-)
answered 24 Apr '11, 03:11
TReb Bor yit-NE
All living things from viruses to mammals ... plants to fungi ... are constantly adapting themselves to the ever changing conditions in the universe ... growth, evolution and disparition are inescapable natural laws
answered 24 Nov '11, 07:19
Every living thing can not constantly be growing. If this were true for people like it is for trees people would be maybe a hundred feet tall by the time we die. There seems to be a limit on most things of how big they grow to become.
Some things do continue to grow forever like trees if we look at the Giant Red Wood trees we see that were growing for millions of years. Crystal formations continue to grow forever getting larger and larger.
answered 24 Nov '11, 19:09
everything is in growth body soul and spirit. experience and enjoy.
answered 24 Nov '11, 18:09
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