For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure.
I feel I,
I, I, should help.
Does clay hurl inquires towards Potters? What are you doing?
Does the Potter ask clay to construct itself?
Shall the clay say, “Potter, are you sure about this choice? This shape?”
Shall it say, “You made me and construct me but I am not good enough for your purposes, purposes I am ignorant of.”?
Will it continue?
Will the clay say, “I don’t like your will for me, try again until I am satisfied.”?
Can it stand up and understand its own construction? Can it know the Potter’s mind?
Will it bring forth a watch and ask for haste?
If it is left to sit and cool, shall it go and fetch work with legs?
What are you thinking about after reading this?