Do you know that the car makes that we celebrate across the world are actually persons? Do you know that Ford cars are the products of Mr Ford? Do you know that the Toyota family in Japan invented Toyota cars that we drive around? Do you also know that Honda is a person? The point is, most auto makers, name their products after themselves. The see a need in the world for mobility and the make efforts to meet them. When they produce their automobiles, they employ the services of other people to market them to you and I.
And as you know, every automobile (whether made by Ford or Toyota or Honda) is released with an owner's manual, to guide each user on how best to drive or maintain their cars. No matter how educated a car buyer or rich a car buyer is, he or she must look through the manual to know how to locate "what" and what each component is designed for.
I also found that Ford, Toyota and Honda are shadows or reflections of reality. The true Maker is God and He is the only Maker of man - Ford, Toyota and Honda. When God made man, He did not leave him to start figuring out by himself, how to live, how to marry, how to lead, how to serve, how to create or how to relate; instead, God wrote (authored) an inspiring Manual to guide man - His product! Unlike Ford, Toyota and Honda, each product of God has the capacity to recreate or reproduce itself. When God created and made Adam, Eve came through him. When Eve was created and made, Cain and Abel and Seth came through them. In short, the creations of God are not self-exclusive, but they are self-reproductive.
You and I are creations of God, and it is expected of us by divine design and fabrication to recreate after our kind. Fruitfulness or productivity is not optional, it is a must. You must invent new things, you must produce great things. Your life must not be barren, you must produce. Conceiving and delivering children is good, but your productivity must be beyond that. You must not die as a liability to your nation or generation....men like Ford, Toyota and Honda might have gone, but their names and products are left behind to ease our own transport burdens today. What will you leave behind my friend?