I have showed this before. This rock is at my church and it looks like a face too, doesn't it? If you go back up to my header photo of the sunrise, look at the right of the photo and just there in the pine trees, it looks like another face of a lion. Pareidolia is the imagined perception of a pattern or meaning where it doesn't actually exist. Now, I see these faces in these objects, I didn't put them there, they are there, anyone can see them. Does that mean they don't exist? The video from YouTube is one that I hope you will watch all the way until the end. I think it's pretty funny. It is my hope that it will not offend anyone...I actually found it on a blog by an Episcopal priest who used to come to St. Simon's when our regular priest was away. And yes, I am also "mildly Episcopalian".
Before I forget, today is the 95th birthday of Louis Zamperini. If anyone missed my post about him, I wrote about him recently and called him a hero in our time. He is. Happy Birthday, Mr. Zamperini!