Selectivity – Religion – Life – Chemistry

  • A Chemist uses selectivity to choose the right chemical for the right purposes.
  • Not everyone can be a Chemist; it takes years of study.
  • Building a successful life requires selectivity to choose the right ingredients to make life worthwhile.

Being selective does make a person is racist. The wrong friends and associates can cause a person to fall. Learning how to be selective in life is important for succeeding. Select your goals and be careful. Build your life through adding in it all the important healthy ingredients of life. Be like a chemist producing a useful chemical in his laboratory.

The Periodic Table is a way to organize the elements that create the chemicals that form every physical thing in the universe. The elements are grouped into families on the periodic table. These are elements with similar chemical properties.

Not everyone wants to become a chemist or a scientist. A little lesson in chemistry can be helpful for all people. It may not be your major subject but it is sometimes part of a Bachelor’s Degree or HS diploma. Likewise not everyone wants to be a rabbi, priest, or pastor. The clergy need to learn many years to be able to teach. It takes great devotion. However every person should take some time to study the Bible or go to a Bible class.

Let learn a short lesson is chemistry which may be valuable for every person.

Chemistry is the science of matter, its chemical reactions, composition, structure and properties. It is often called Central Science because it connects physics with other natural sciences like geology and biology.  Chemical reaction is the process in which a substance is transformed into a new substance through chemical change. Chemical Equilibrium is the state in which both reactants and products are present in concentrations which have no further tendency to change with time. Selectivity also called reactivity-selectivity principle or RSP states that a more reactive chemical compound or reactive intermediate is less sensitive in chemical reactions. In this context selectivity represents the ratio of reaction rates.

Water is the main compound found in living organisms. Approximately 62% of the body is water. Water is the chemical combination of Hydrogen and oxygen. It is also called Hydrogen oxide or Hydric acid. It consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. It is the lightest element in the periodic table.

Oxygen is the third most abundant element in the universe. It is highly reactive. Most of the mass of living organisms is oxygen as a component of water.

Carbon Dioxide is a chemical compound. It is a gas at room temperature. It is made up of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms. It is an end product in organisms that obtain energy from foods combined with oxygen as part of their metabolism. This process is called cellular respiration.

The Periodic Table is a way to organize the elements that create the chemicals that form every physical thing in the universe. The elements are grouped into families on the periodic table. These are elements with similar chemical properties.

When acids and bases are mixed together they react to neutralize the acid and base properties. The most common mixture is hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide which produces salt NaCl.

Selection in Chemistry: Chemicals can be mixed to make products useful in life. Mixing chemicals in the wrong way can be dangerous. There are many ways to make an explosion by mixing substances. Some chemical reactions which produce explosions can be demonstrated in a classroom for children.

Choosing friends, choosing a soul mate, and an occupation, is a part of selectivity. Selectivity and discrimination are important. It is part of free choice.

Explosive devices produced by chemical mixtures can be dangerous. You need caution when mixing chemicals.  You need to know the result of the chemical reaction before mixing these chemicals together.

Today people are screaming “discrimination” and “racism.” Freedom gives the right to be selective. Just like there is selectivity in chemistry, choosing from the elements of life to produce products for the use of mankind, also in sociology is needed selectivity and it is not discrimination or racism.

There are two sides in chemistry that make a reaction: acids and bases. Selecting and measuring these mixtures is the key to using the elements in their proper proportions.

God is the greatest of all chemists. He combined these elements to create the world and life. Man was created in the image of God. He needs to be selective in his life. Choosing friends, choosing a soul mate, and an occupation, is a part of selectivity. Selectivity and discrimination are important. It is part of free choice. If one doesn’t sometimes discriminate he can ruin his life.

Religion gives mankind a guide how to make chemical reactions which produce positive life. Not every person can be called a chemist. A chemist knows his profession. Not every person can be called a rabbi, priest, or reverend.  It takes study and practice. People need a guide in life to learn the proper way to discriminate, selecting from good and evil. Religion is the beginning. Each person should strive to learn to be a master of life.

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David Wexelman

Rabbi David Wexelman is the  author of five books on the topics of World Unity and Peace, and Progressive Jewish Spirituality. Rabbi Wexelman is a member of the American Friends of Maccabee, a charitable organization helping the poor in the United States and in Israel.  Donations are tax deductible in the USA.
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