Our body parts are often assymetrical. Except for a few, more people have an eye or ear larger than the other. I guess it's just how God created us to be.
Not only your feet are assymetrical. A half of whatever (eyes, arms, breast, hands, legs, you name it!) in human body will always be bigger or smaller that the other. It's just how life works, nothing can be perfect!
by naijenni 18 months ago
I would ask him, how are you coping with the pressures of the society below?
by Marlene Bertrand 3 years ago
Why do some people consider yoga anti-Christian?Recently, I spoke with a Christian friend about doing yoga. Her response was negative. She asked me why I would want to do something that is against the Christian religion. I had no idea Christians looked at yoga in such a negative way. My friend...
by Kiss andTales 2 years ago
Why do atheist and other none believers not accept as proof human existenceIncluding them ?I ask this question because atheist are persistent with this line prove that God existBut as they are given proof they persist to say the same words, example a husband and wife claims to love one...
by Eric Dierker 4 years ago
Sometimes we should get tired of avoiding debate.It is my well learned understanding that Atheists just cannot operate on faith. Now sometimes Atheists get upset at that suggestion. They should not in my opine. They should just agree and take it from there.I cannot evaluate and analyze anything...
by Cutters 5 years ago
Is sex more powerful than GOD?From my life learning's, it looks like sex wins. I have seen devoted Christians cheat, multiple partners. I thought this was all forbidden according to GOD so to me sex is more powerful.
by Ian Batanda 10 months ago
Why do women dress up in skimpy / revealing clothes?Women seem to enjoy dressing up in clothes that reveal significant amounts of their bodies, leaving very little to imagination. Why is this? could there be a scientific reason for it? Doesn't it promote the whole idea of being objectified?
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