These two photos are from Alexey Kljatov, a 46-year-old Moscow resident.
Since 2008, he has photographed thousands of snowflakes in hi-resolution, and as the proverb accurately states, not one snowflake is the same as another.
The handiwork of the Creator is stunning. Only “the fool has said in his heart there is no God” (Psalm 14:1).
The Hebrew word translated “fool” is the word ‘nabal. This word meant “withering or fading” to the Hebrew mind, not “stupid” as we typically think of the word “fool” today. The subtle difference is important.
Like Ronald Reagan’s son Ron or Bioethicist Professor Peter Singer, atheists can be very smart and intelligent. But they are like a strong leaf on a tree that becomes disconnected from the tree.
The longer time goes by, the once beautiful, colorful, vibrant leaf will wither, fade, and die.
The tree is the source of life for the leaf, just as God is the source of life for mankind.
The fool is the one who arrogantly declares there is no need for God and disconnects from Him, and thus, from life itself.
Snowflakes from the Designer of life should be a reminder to us all of the importance of tapping into our Source of life.