Spiders are just that: spiders through and through. Their very purpose is clearly defined by their activity. Might humans also be made in the reflection of something greater, in whom our very purpose exists?
Laurel Moffatt returns with Season 3 of Small Wonders.
You’re invited to join her on an exploration of the unnoticed and the seemingly unimportant in search of life’s lessons, at the hands of the creator.
In this episode, Laurel ponders the wonders of spiders are just that – spiders, through and through.
They are what they’re made to be, down to their very core.
Might it be the same for us humans? That we too are reflections of something greater, and we can’t be who we’re meant to be without it?
“And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit” – 2 Corinthians 3: 18
Here are some helpful links from the show
- Here’s what researchers at MIT think a spider’s web sounds like
- This article from Reuters takes an in-depth look at this amazing research
- The New Scientist also had this to say about the findings
- Finally, here’s a paper from the Journal of the Royal Society Interface examining the remarkable architecture of a spider’s web
Accept Dr. Laurel Moffatt’s invitation to join her on an exploration of the unnoticed and the seemingly unimportant.
Each episode of Small Wonders offers a brief but piercing look into a topic. The clarity the desert brings. Hurricanes and hard relationships. Finding reason in the middle of a ruin.
These quiet but profound observations about life uncovers lessons learned. Lessons from broken and beautiful things that are polished to perfection and set in rich audio landscapes for your consideration.