Which Came First, The Chicken or the Egg? and the Unexpected

This past Monday, I posted a “Thought of the Day” on Google+,

Thought of the day, Which came first, the chicken or the egg?  Post the most logical response you can.  Lets see who comes up with the best one.

It’s an age-old question, no one has really been able to completely answer.  Theories on the subject are like…well you know…,everybody has one.

Being a Monday morning, I posted it as a joke, but also asked for commenters to post their most logical response.  I thought there may be some comical responses about chickens antics and such, along with one or two more serious ones. 24 comments later the conversation had turned into one of the best convos I’ve ever had on Google+ as well as other social media sites I’ve ever been on.

The conversation started out with some great comments, ideas and thoughts then became more serious and deep in nature, which I totally did not expect.  Afterall I just asked a simple question, jokingly.  Subjects such as religious beliefs and evolution were discussed without any issues arising (which are common on these subjects in the social media world).  The conversation was open, understanding, respectful, and heard by everyone involved To sum it up, the entire conversation was educational for everyone.

My point is, we can all learn something from this.  We can learn what true communication really is.  We can learn that true communication can happen over social media and education can take place.

  We can learn that with respect, communication, and education, understanding of each other will happen, almost instantly.

 Did we learn “Which Came First, The Chicken or the Egg?” , probably not, but we had a great conversation trying to figure it out.

Whats your theory on “Which Came First, The Chicken or the EGG?”  post it in the comments below, lets see who can come up with the most logical response!

Thank you for reading, and God Bless.

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