The Dead Sea

@allknowing (66720)
India
September 6, 2011 5:38am CST
Both the Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee are in the same region. Their source is the Jordan River and yet while the Sea of Galilee houses countless fish and plants and is vibrant the Dead Sea only has salt water. Nothing lives there. The River Jordan flows into the Sea of Galilee which has outlets for the water to go out and this a continuous process which is not the case with the Dead Sea. The water stays there as it is lower than the mean sea level and much of it gets evaporated turning the water salty rendering it lifeless. This phenomena could be compared to life in general. Some get and don't give like the Dead Sea and some get and give like the Sea of Galilee.
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• Kottayam, India
6 Sep 11
God poured fire and sulfur on this part that is why it is salty and not good for consumption. you may be knowing the story of Lot & His wife running for life. Read Genesis book from the Bible
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• United States
6 Sep 11
Really, elshaddai? That makes sense...
@JosephP (1118)
• Jamaica
9 Sep 11
This is just perfect. You just might be all knowing hahaha. This is a beautiful way of looking at it and it shows the results of selfishness. It is funny because I have never thought of this before. You are very wise my friend.Thank you so much for sharing this!
@allknowing (66720)
• India
9 Sep 11
"Borrowed feathers never shine" As you have seen this is 'surfed' knowledge!
@allknowing (66720)
• India
9 Sep 11
"Borrowed feathers never shine" As you have seen this is 'surfed' knowledge!