There is a time for everything - Boaz Ko

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I am interested in math. So it can be said that he likes mathematical thinking. So, even when studying the Bible, the mindset persists. The part we will briefly discuss now is the arithmetic operation
(+╶ × ÷). The last of the four is division. As if the end of our lives ends in winter, dividing beyond the dimension of subtraction is reminiscent of a roller coaster.

But what we realize this week in our lives is that we have the insight to understand the whole and the parts through the fractions of mathematics. What is a fountain? It is a concept that expresses the number of individuals when the whole is divided into equal sizes. In other words, I had the idea of ​​dividing the whole of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division by the same size.

As a result, the eyes of the heart made us ponder the joys and sorrows in our lives. It means joy, anger, sorrow, and joy. It is as if we see each time as there is spring, summer, autumn and winter in our life.

Today as I write this column is my birthday. However, it coincided with Chuseok exactly. It is being celebrated along with the Chuseok holiday. Gifts were also abundantly received from close family and neighbors. Well, to express it somewhat forcefully, it is like spring (based on New Zealand standards) because September 10th is my birthday. It is to start with joy (Plus Life).

There is joy in such a life, and there are times when it is difficult and difficult and angry. If you live with anger like that, there are times when you fall into the depths of sadness. Looking back, it is It means that there were times when it rose like spring, lived hard, became discouraged by hardship, and fell into a depth of sorrow due to adversity. The time of reversal given by enduring with faith in a time that seemed to end like that is a pleasure. I think that Pleasure (like multiplication), which means happiness rather than Joy, is more appropriate for the emotion that overcomes the feeling of ending with a harsh winter.

Understanding fractions in mathematics gives insight into seeing the whole from God's point of view. Because there is the wisdom and testimony of the writer of Ecclesiastes that there is a time for all things.

Ecclesiastes 3:1-4
1. There is an appointed time for all things under heaven, and there is a law.
2. A time to be born, a time to die, a time to plant, and a time to uproot what is sown.
3. A time to kill, a time to repair, a time to tear down, and a time to build.
4. A time to cry and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance. ~~~ Continue