Elohim Design Inc

Carey Rowland
2 min readOct 18, 2021

Using these four letters, design something meaningful: D-R-W-O.

DROW? DORW? ORDW? ROWD? RODW? WODR? WORD?

Make any sense to you . . . ?

Well, the arrangement at the end does: WORD.

Yeah, that works. An arrangement that has meaning. That’s what we’re looking for.

So we find: At the end of our search for meaning . . . WORD

In the beginning, the letters were wordless and void of meaning, and meaninglessness was over the surface of the screen.

And then . . . Let there be WORD, and there it was . . . a WORD.

And it was good, an improvement beyond what we had before WORD popped up; we separated the WORD from sound and gibberish signifying nothing. When I saw it, it was a little bit like a light going on in my head.

But I’m an amateur at this sort of thing. For a more informed view, check out Stephen Meyer’s explanation:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eW6egHV6jAw

Glass Chimera

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Carey Rowland

Author and Publisher of 4 novels: Glass half-Full, Glass Chimera, Smoke, King of Soul; 1200+ blogs, musician, songwriter, poet, 43-year husband and father.