After you have completed the assignment and submitted your assignment, you must go to the teacher for an assessment.
What would he think of it?
In turn, someone is standing at his table.
Everyone’s burning question is, “Is what I made good enough?”, “Did I perform well enough?”, “Does what I made fall within what he expects of me?”
Sometimes there is an awful silence. Then someone gets scolded because he has not finished his work. It gets even quieter and worse when your work is rejected.
It is pulled apart very slowly.
That hurts. You want to go through the ground. You had done your best.
You don’t want to cry, but your eyes do. You feel deeply hurt.
You thought you made it so beautiful. You looked at it, and enjoyed it.
And now? There it lies in ruins next to the trash can.
You even have to throw it in yourself.
God also saw what He had made. It was good, it was very good (Genesis 1:4, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25, 31)
Wouldn’t He feel offended when the boundaries He set were broken, and His creation, that beautiful earth, slow, but oh so accurately is being destroyed?