Life is full of them. If you’ve ever had kids, you know how many there can be. And there are all kinds of things that make you wonder. Here are a few, all of which I’ve wondered about, but none of which are original with me:
If you ate pasta and antipasta, would you still be hungry?
How does a thermos know if the drink should be hot or cold?
How does the guy who drives the snowplow get to work in the mornings?
Why do they put Braille on the drive through bank machines?
How come there aren't B batteries?
Is a metaphor like a simile?
How do I set my laser printer on stun?
Why didn't Noah swat those two mosquitoes?
Why is it that bullets ricochet off of Superman's chest, but he ducks when the gun is thrown at him?
If it's true that we are here to help others, then what exactly are the OTHERS here for?
If a man says something in the woods and there are no women there, is he still wrong?
If it's tourist season, why can't we shoot them?
Why are they called buildings, when they're already finished? Shouldn't they be called builts?
Why do croutons come in airtight packages? It's just stale bread to begin with.
Why do we say something is out of whack? What is a whack?
Why don't tomb, comb, and bomb sound alike?
If a lawyer and an IRS agent were both drowning, and you could only save one of them, would you go to lunch or read the paper?
If practice makes perfect, and nobody's perfect, why practice?
If all the world is a stage, where does the audience sit?
What if the Hokey Pokey IS what its all about?
When an agnostic dies, does he go to the "great perhaps?"
Can atheists get insurance for acts of God?
Since the last few have a more spiritual ring to it, maybe we should get serious and think about spiritual things. Today is that day on the calendar between Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday. It’s that day when Jesus was still lying in the tomb. Don’t you think the disciples were full of questions? Had they misread things? Had they missed something? Were they wrong to trust Jesus? What were they going to do now? I’m sure they were filled with questions.
But then came the Resurrection. Oh what an answer! Life is still full of questions. I have lots of them. Serious ones, not just the fun stuff printed here. And while I may never get some of them answered fully in this life (or in the next, really) I do know that ultimately Jesus is the Answer! As long as I have Him, everything else is secondary.
I may never be able to comprehend God’s eternal existence. I may never understand the science of creation ex nihilo. I may never figure out how Jesus could be fully God and fully human at the same time. I may never I may never know why He chose to save a rebel like me. But I know He was, is, and will be my Savior. And that’s answer enough.