Several years ago I conjured up a 7 layer architecture to describe the human heart. But, keep in mind, it’s a product of my own wishful thinking. Because the human heart ain’t nothin’ like this.
So, the 7 layer architecture goes like this:
“The first layer is a deep, dark indigo where the heart is conceived. The second layer is a rich, regal purple where the heart is created. The third layer is a magnetic, cobalt blue where the shape of the heart is formed. The fourth layer is a fertile, emerald green where love can grow. The fifth layer is a warm, glowing orange where emotions are kindled. The sixth layer is a lilting yellow where faith and hope mingle. And the seventh layer is a luscious, rose red where the embers of life never die out.”
As you can see, the 7 layers are made up of colors. And I decided to share how it was built.
~ Now…imagine all those layers of the heart are poured out quickly and form a beautiful work of art. And imagine everyone who walked by wanting to know who the artist was.
“Oh my,” says one passer-by. “I’ve never seen such spectacular colors. It must’ve taken the artist years to create such a masterpiece.”
But it just so happens, the artist is right behind the canvas in the next aisle. And he comes around to face the observer and says…
“Not at all…I created this piece before lunch one day.”
“Impossible,” replies the observer. “No one could create such a wonderful work of art in only a few hours.”
“And yet…I tell you I did.” The artist begins to appear frustrated. “If you won’t believe me in this small matter, what would you ever believe?” ~
Here’s why I wrote the story to go with the 7 layers description.
Because the heart represents our beautiful layered world. The artist is actually the Creator of the universe and all the matter in it. He did that in 6 days.
And, in His wise judgment, He flooded the world one time about 4,000 years ago. And during and after that flood, many beautiful layers of sediment were deposited in many places. It all happened in days. Not millions of years. And now, 4,000 years later, you can still see those amazingly parallel strata in places like the Grand Canyon.
It’s pure, unadulterated awesomeness to observe the complex design in the world and universe. And that’s the best way to avoid a lifetime of uncertainty found in the theory of random chance.
Just the thought of it lights up all the layers of the heart.
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