y teacher told how he saw in a vision many years ago, a beautiful church. He gave a great picture of this place. He talked about how when people dined at this place the food came out on conveyor belts with beautiful gold plates and silverware. After the vision he knew he had to build this place. Unfortunately life became more complicated and he never got around to it. Many years later, he took a trip to Chicago and saw that someone else had built the very place he had seen years ago. He thought the idea was his and his alone. However when he did not act on it, he came to realize that was not true. Nothing can stop an idea that’s time has come.
From the book Wise Words by Craig Kimbrough
Yo that shit is deep!
Glad you liked it. It goes along with a lot of what we talk about doesn’t it. Peace
Did you mean:
an idea whose time has come.
If you don’t want to personify (which would be fine to do)
which time has come…
Thank you for reading. As always you are grammatically correct on this one. I think I like whose. Peace and Blessings
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