Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Chapter 13 - Year 30

Chapter 13 - Year 30

This is the continuing blog about the book I Am Adam by J.T.Twerell. For a copy of the book Click here.

Ten years pass and the many families of Adam continue to grow. Star and Moon have returned from their river adventure, produced children, and settled into a normal life. However, the key to the growth of the species is dependent upon the interaction of the different families, and Star is the embodiment of the drive that takes man over the next mountain.

In this short chapter is a deep spiritual dynamic that depicts the desire of species to move beyond complacency and seek new discoveries. Star and Moon, the younger and more adventuresome of the family, are obviously prepared to journey forth, but what about Adam, Wind, and the others. What possible reason would there be for them to leave what they know and move out into the larger world. I think Adam says it best when he tells Star, "I do agree, that if we just live and die, what have we really accomplished."

In each persons journey there is a place of seeking to be more than we can imagine. To some that is very small, to others it is major. However, I really believe in every human, if we become too complacent, we have lost the joy of life.

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