On Friday, 07/01/2011, my family and I went to Hong Kong Disney. Since it was a much smaller version of the Magic Kingdom in Florida, it did not have all the rides the American one offered, but it was large enough for us to spend a day there.
To us, the most enjoyable ride was ‘It’s a small world.’ We had this ride three times on the same day. As it started, the boat advanced through a tunnel. Our eyes then were busy looking left and right, and up and down to watch numerous mechanical dolls move. I was in awe at the movements and the details of these dolls as they did perform like humans. Who made them? The skillful doll makers. When we come to think of ourselves, we can move freely without any mechanical parts. Who made us? The Greatest Creator of the universe. We as human beings come to life because God Himself gives each one of us His breath. How wonderful!
In each section of the ride, the dresses of the dolls and the backgrounds represented different countries such as China, Egypt, Thailand, America, etc.
When we reached the last part of the ride, all the dolls were dressed in white and they all played happily together. What I saw was a peaceful world of harmony. In heaven, you and I, even though we will not get to know each other in our lives, will see or meet one another in the Love of our Lord no matter what country we belong to. It’s a small world indeed.