After growing a bit older and having the opportunity to travel more and
learn more about the different habitats, I've realized one thing... I
love this paradise just the way it is!!!. I would not change it a bit. I
visited some beautiful places more than once and I've realized that
they look so much different in each season. I've also realized that some
of the natural forces that we may call "destructive" are also the
drivers of change. The change they bring about can also be beautiful.
They impact the land as much as they impact the biodiversity of the
StarTrekAngel, but the WT also says 'avoid love for the world' in w15 5/15
10 Satan is “the ruler of this world,” and it is lying in his power. (John 12:31; 1 John 5:19)
Therefore, much of what this world promotes runs counter to the
standards set forth in the Bible. Of course, not everything the world
offers is evil. However, we should expect that Satan would use his world
to exploit our desires and try to induce us to sin or to develop love
for the world and neglect our worship of Jehovah.—Read 1 John 2:15, 16.
love for the world affected some first-century Christians. For example,
Paul wrote: “Demas has forsaken me because he loved the present system
of things.” (2 Tim. 4:10)
The Bible does not specifically say what aspect of the world Demas
loved, causing him to abandon Paul. It could be that Demas began to love
material things more than spiritual pursuits. If that was the case,
Demas missed out on thrilling spiritual privileges—and for what?
Could the world possibly offer Demas anything that would surpass the
blessings Jehovah could give him as an associate of Paul?—Prov. 10:22.
Science tells us that many beautiful natural habitats has a violent past. The Himalayas was formed from a massive collision between Indian Plate & the Eurasian Plate. Almost everything in the universe have gone through a rough, violent & disastrous process in their formation. However the god promoted by the WT can make it in a few clicks. They say paradise is perfection but in my opinion, I think paradise is imbalance from a scientific view. And of course what they will say next is we are now living in an imperfect world and it is difficult for us to understand the concept of perfection. What a cult