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I was in Wisconsin, last week and went to the Harley-Davidson Museum.  Lots to see and learn about.  I now know the why some motors are pan heads and some are knuckles heads.  I took the behind the scene tour which got me into areas that the normal entry fee did not cover.  We had a guided tour and were able to ask Question and take pictures of things that were not on the museum floor.

One of those things was an experimental 3 wheeler that I have as my picture for this blog.  This bike was never mass produced.  It was not a trike but the front had two wheels.  Right away I thought of the Ca-Am Spider.  The Harley-Davidson bike was built in the 80’s so it was first.  They had the idea of a three wheeled bike long before Ca-Am did but they never produced it.

I have no idea if the bike was a imitator of the Harley or not.  We may never know where they got their idea from but it certainly looks like a imitator of the Harley.  Imitation is not bad.  In fact the motorcycle that Ca-Am builds is very good bike it is safer and allows old people whose ankles are damaged and people who have disability in walking to ride.  They are stable and do not tip like a trike and have become every popular.

Imitation is seen everywhere.  Auto companies copy one another.  Chrysler built the first mimi van and everyone else followed suit.  The Ford Mustang started a whole new type of Car called the muscle car.  Camero’s, Dodge Challenger Hellcat were all responses to the new idea of a sporty fast car.

The fashion industry copies all the time.  A women wears a dress designed for her on the red carpet at the Oscars and the next day it is copied and mass produced by someone else.  Most women will never afford to have the original but they can afford the imitation.

Imitation is a form of flattery.  The third baseman for the Blue Jays, Josh Donaldson hair cut was copied over and over again by young and old fans alike.

Ephesian 5:1 tells us to be imitators of God.  This week we will look at the difference between being an imitator of a hair style and being a imitator of God.  I hope you will join us.

Would it not be something is people thought you looked like Jesus!



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