Giraffes have long necks and eat the leaves at the top of trees. Turtles stay on the ground at the bottom of the trees. … But, when the giraffe tries to graze with the turtles and put his head down for too long, the blood can’t get to his brain. — Credit: Internet Search
The theory perceived that a turtle spoken words cannot reach the hearing ears of the giraffe. That is the perception believed because of the size of the animals.
In theory humanity thinks on the same line but this concept is untrue. God doesn’t measure by appearance or status, He measures by the level of faith in Him. — Credit: Sonya Buchanan
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