This in response to Mark Lilly's question as to what are the purposes of
I ask Mark, why do they need a purpose. Do you have a purpose? Do I?
Because we are not thologians, let's leave superstitions out of the argument.
Makes answering Mark's question a tad harder, eh?
If, as Duncan McGeoch says, "Viruses are mistletoe on the Tree of Life", we
can all shut down our screens and go have a beer.
I certainly am tired of trying to find a purpose for everything. I can't
even remember why I had two of my children. Doesn't mean I don't love them
as much as I love the others.