New Inventions! New Discoveries!(With Yoruba Language Translation)

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There are many inventions hitherto, yet there are still many to be made. There is a saying that, “the more you know, the more you still need to know.” This also applies to inventions, the more we discover new things, the more there are other things to discover.

The Bible also supports this in Ecclesiastes 1:18. “For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increases knowledge increases sorrow.”

“He that increases knowledge increases sorrow” implies that the more you know, the more you realize there is still more to know. The more you discover, the more you realize there is still more to discover. The more we invent, the more there is a need for other inventions.

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For instance, when the field of surgery was discovered, there was a need for anaesthesia. As a good anaesthesia was discovered, another better one, in a short time, would be discovered thereafter.

Bible makes us to understand in Job 28: 7 & 8 that: Job 28:7 – THERE IS A PATH WHICH NO FOWL KNOWS, AND WHICH THE VULTURE’S EYE HATH NOT SEEN.  28:8 – THE LION’S WHELPS HAVE NOT TRODDEN IT, NOR THE FIERCE LION PASSED BY IT.

Research is an area that can never be exhausted. As far as the universe exists, research continues, and more new things are discovered.

By for now & best wishes!
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Translation to Yoruba Language
(One of the three prominent languages in Nigeria)

Iseda Ohun Otun! Awari Tuntun!

Akaimoye nnkan lati s’awari, to a si ti se iseda re, sugbon sibe opolopo nnkan lo si f’ara sin. A maa n fi oro kan d’apara pe, “bi o ba se ni imo to, beeni ohun ti o tii mo se po to.” Oro ogbon yii naa tun ba siseda ohun tuntun lo, bi a ba se n se awari awon ohun otun, beeni ohun ti a o ti se awari re se po to.

Bibeli naa fi idi eyi mu’le ni Oniwaasu, ori kinin, ese ikejidinlogun: “Nitori ninu ogbon pupo ni ibinuje pupo wa, eni ti o si n so imo di pupo, on so ikanu di pupo.”

” E ni ti o n so imo di pupo, o n so ikanu di pupo” tumo si pe, bi o ba se nimo si, beeni o se ma ri pe ohun ti o tii mo tun n peleke sii. Bi o ba se n se awari ohun kan tabi omiran, beeni ohun ti o nilo lati s’awari re yoo maa po sii. Bi a ti n se iseda ohun otun, beeni awon ohun ti a nilo lati s’eda miiran yoo ma yoju.

Fun akawe, nigba ti a se awari “Imo Ise-Abe,” a ri pe a nilo ohun ti a fi maa kun awon eniyan loorun. Bi a tun se awari ohun akunni loorun eyi to o dara kan, ka to seju pe, a tun ti se awari eyi ti o dara ju t’ateyin wa lo.

Bibeli je ki o ye wa ni Joobu, ori kejidinlogbon, ese ikeje ati ikejo pe: “IPA ONA NA NI EYE KO MO, ATI OJU GUNNUGUN KO RI RI. AWON OMO KINIUN KO RIN IBE RI, BEENI KINIUN TI N KE RAMURAMU KO KOJA NIBE RI.”

Ise Iwadi je ise ti a ko le se tan ni aye. Bi aye yii ba si n be, ise iwadi yoo ma te si iwaju ni, a o si maa se awari ati iseda ohun otun.

O dabo na. Ire o!
Lati owo: Peter Adewumi.
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Author: Peter Adewumi

Peter Adewumi is an Amazon author of "Virtues for Riches" series, "Romantic, Inspirational & Motivational Poems," "Attributes of Successful Employees," "The End Matters Most," & "A Lonely Ward in a Comely World."

14 thoughts on “New Inventions! New Discoveries!(With Yoruba Language Translation)

  1. I always read Ecclesiastes 1:18 a little differently. The more you know the more sorrow increases because we can see things more clearly. At least that’s how I’ve felt. I definitely don’t know it all…far from it.

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