Genes for Good
“Unpredictable transgene contamination is completely unavoidable, as science has recently revealed that the genome (whether plant, animal or human) is NOT constant and static, which is the scientific base for genetic engineering of plants and animals.
Instead, geneticists have discovered that the genome is remarkably dynamic and changeable, and constantly ‘conversing’ and adapting to the environment. This interaction determines which genes are turned on, when, where, by what and how much, and for how long. They’ve also found that the genetic material itself has the ability to be changed according to experience, passing it on to subsequent generations.” http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/06/06/Sowing-Seeds-of-Starvation-Monsanto-Hype-in-Growing-Food-Crisis.aspx
Our actions, our spiritual nature, can also influence our genetic make-up, I believe. Are we in the process of breeding out good, truth, creativity, from human nature? What are we passing on to future generations by our choices, by the way we treat each other? How many genes for goodness do we need to activate in order to make a better world? How many genes for goodness are turned on by a friendly smile, an encouraging word, a restraining from gossip, sharing?
This shows the importance of being a penitent as defined by “The Revelation of Arès”, when one changes oneself so as to be good. God says four generations will not be enough. We must not wait any longer; the world situation is critical.
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