A man who claimed to be a shareholder in a mining company said Tuesday the firm had unearthed a diamond twice the size of the world's largest — a claim that set off excitement and skepticism. Industry experts said the report still needed to be verified.
Let's see--- find the knowledge of God, or find a big rock; hmmm, know God, or own a big rock. I guess I'm gonna have to go with seeking the treasure that would surpass all else in value. If you think I'd pick the rock, you didn't read my post from around Valentine's Day this year re: man's best friend vs a girl's best friend.
Next to Darwinism, I think the value placed on diamonds is one of the biggest scams ever perpetrated on humanity. I'm not going to repeat alot of what I wrote in that last post; but, I will repeat this thought---if Elizabeth Taylor would ever have an opportunity on her deathbed to go back in her life and choose between fame, riches and having lots of big, pretty, polished up rocks, along with the addictions, health problems, and miserable relationships that she suffered along with them; or, knowing the God who could have given her true riches in this life---I wonder which she would choose.