What do you see in the pictures below? Fire of course but try to look beyond the obvious. Do you see death and destruction or do you see a hot meal? Do you see fury and chaos or do you see a warm house. Do you see despair or do you see hope?
Rapid oxidation of the wood in the process of combustion was probably not your first answer although that’s exactly what the camp fire is in the photographs. The point is that things are often more about what they represent than what they are by strict definition.
Fire played a significant role in the evolution of our species. Evidence of fire among early humans dates back nearly 2 million years and became more controlled around 400,000 years ago. Fire continues to play a role in our daily lives although we may go weeks, days, months or even years without seeing a flame.
The power and the destructive ability of fire co-exist in every moment any flame burns. Such are the days of our lives. The fire of good and bad, right and wrong, for better or for worse co-exists within us all moment-to-moment.
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