There has been something that has intrigued me for quite some time now.
And that is the idea of God-Given Talent.
Throughout time, there have been people that seem to be born with these amazing abilities.
Like being able to paint or draw flawlessly.
Being able to play the piano, or any other music instrument, masterfully.
Or being able to play a sport like a pro.
And many of these Prodigies want to give credit to God for their abilities.
Now, I don't really have a problem with these people giving God credit.
I'm just intrigued by this thought.
And it sort of stems from a Carl Sagan quote.
"If You Want To Make An Apple Pie From Scratch, You Must First Create The Universe."
Now, if a person is born and they can play the piano amazingly, would that skill translate to some other form of prodigal talent IF the piano was never invented.
Because I would assume that the piano would first need to be invented before the skill, right.
And I always think, what if someone was born with this God-Given Talent before the piano was invented.
Would they be able to be amazing at something else, or would this talent simply be wasted?