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Error In Lives

I cannot count beyond a limit, So cannot you, And almost everybody for that matter, Our brains have a CPU that has limited counting abilities, What would have happened if were able to count like computers, We would have ended being too busy counting, We have so much of counting and computing to be done, As shown by the work we do on our counting machines, Why were we given such limited fare, And not endowed what we have endowed in our machines, For one creator did not want us to be in his league, With advanced counting and calculating abilities, We would have done just that, Or about as near as we could get, For two the creator wanted us to be error prone, Our learning curve essentially, Is a series of experiments, Think of a child, who learns now, And works later as an adult, How the child developed all those skills, Remember he walked to the wrong room, And was guided back to right place, And he at first he did only prattle, Till the time he was taught how to pronounce, Even as adults error factor remains, And in fact in this error factor, We lead our whole lives, When we do near perfection, All we get is almighty’s blissful benefaction.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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