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And, of course, such big questions have big answers.

Everything has a limit There’s a limit to everything you can do. For example, what’s the maximum weight you can lift? Twenty, twenty-five, thirty kilograms... but never a hundred. This is because the muscles in your arms and in the rest of your body have a limit to how much they can take. You can never go beyond this limit. If you try to go over the limit, you will either break a bone or get squashed under the weight. Your ears have a limit too. You can hear your teacher in your classroom, but you can’t hear the teacher in the class across from you. Your voice also has a limit. You can shout as much as you want, but if you have a grandma in a far away village, she will not hear you. If you want to talk to her, you must phone her or visit her village. Of course, your grandma could come over to you too. 18 (c) Kube Publishing 2013. All rights Reserved.

I Wonder About Allah by Ozkan Oze  

The I Wonder About Islam series give young readers answers to the BIG questions they have about Islam in brilliant little books. Written in...

I Wonder About Allah by Ozkan Oze  

The I Wonder About Islam series give young readers answers to the BIG questions they have about Islam in brilliant little books. Written in...