Big Drop . . . Small Drop . . . Tiny Drop . . .

This very cool video from Discovery Channel shows in slow motion what happens when a drop of water hits a pool of water. Since we can’t observe the sequence of events that occurs with the naked eye, I had no idea what unfolded every time a drop of water fell. Another one of nature’s secrets revealed!


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12 Responses to “Big Drop . . . Small Drop . . . Tiny Drop . . .”

  1. Laura Bruce Says:

    Very cool!

  2. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Glad you liked it, Laura!

  3. Jackie Rose Says:

    Life is so much more than we can ever comprehend! Tremendous, that’s my favorite word to describe life, especially when I learn about things like the drop of water.

    Somehow this video reminds me to have faith. To believe in things we can not always see and may not even know are there.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Jackie Rose

  4. Phil Bolsta Says:

    An excellent takeaway, Jackie Rose! Thanks for weighing in!

  5. ArrVee Says:

    initially, we are given free will and maintain our spherical shape representing our being and our ways (warts and all). God invites us to join Him and His ways, but as long as we maintain our distance (the film of air), we remain separate from Him.

    there are major milestones in our life when we get enlightened (whether through pleasant or unpleasant means), get rid of that separation, and surrender a little of ourselves to Him. As we are imperfect, a little of our old stubborn self remains, albeit smaller than before. As we continue to encounter Him in our lives, we surrender more and more of ourselves until we totally accept Him and join Him of our own free will.

  6. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Wow, ArrVee, I hadn’t even thought of that analogy but it’s a good one. I like it! Good thinking!

  7. Kim Wencl Says:

    That is cool! For me, it is a reminder that no matter how small I feel my actions to be, they still have an impact. Will that $10 I sent to Haitian relief really matter? My mind says – no, not really – but my heart says yes it will. It is like the drop of water. You give it freely and it makes a difference but you can’t see it … when combined with millions of other droplets the effect is larger and can be seen … but it does not dimish the importance of each single droplet.

  8. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Nice idea, Kim! I like how other people interpret something in ways that hadn’t occurred to me!

  9. ArrVee Says:

    to expand on Kim’s interpretation, when you give of yourself, something comes back to you in return (the smaller droplets that follow), which encourages you to give more and more of yourself.

  10. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Yep, it’s a virtuous circle, ArrVee. Love how that works!

  11. Izan Says:

    Whoa..That’s so cool!!

  12. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Agreed, Izan!

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