A Deep Truth From Gregg | August 27, 2016

Much of the world we've known was meant to be a bridge to a better way of life, rather than a final destination that was to remain unchanged.

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Ancient Civilizations | The First 100 Years Are the Toughest

Why does the maximum human age seem to hover around the 100-year mark?  Why not 200 or even 500 years?  If we’re to believe accounts in the Torah and Old Testament texts, many ancient people measured their lives in terms of centuries, rather than the decades that we use today.  Adam, for example, is documented as having lived for 930 years, Metheselah for 969 years, and Noah for 950 years.

According to the texts, these men were not simply shriveled husks of their former selves, meagerly surviving and hanging on to the frail thread of life.  At advanced ages, they were active and vital, enjoying their families and even starting new ones!

And why not?  We clearly live in bodies that are built to last.  The Torah states that Noah lived for Continue Reading

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