How come, a chipmunk can stuff its cheeks and we say, "Awww, isn't that the cutest thing," but when I do it...?
Or this little one with his cute birdie mohawk, how come his hair-do stays in place, naturally. (And I've seen "some" folk who attend the Tampa Ray baseball games, work hard to achieve the Ray-hawk.)
How come this duck with his lovely feather make-up can swim and all his colors stay the same? But when I get into the water, my mascara turns into a drunk raccoon. (I know they have waterproof, but my eyes are sensitive to it.)
And how come this giraffe, has the most gorgeous bedroom eyes and long eye lashes? Mine are light and invisible. But, thanks for mascara, even the runny kind.
Did God make these creatures to make me jealous?
"Therefore, if any man in is Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come." 2 Corinthians 5:17
God gave his creatures all kinds of beauty and variety. He chose instead, to give those who believe in Him "soul-beauty." All right, splash my runny mascara, but give my soul a "new thing."