All posts tagged: Psalm 86:11 unite my heart

Unite my mind

I was reading a curious story in the Daily Mail that was discussing the recent discovery of a two-headed snake in Florida and it reminded me of a verse in the Psalms. The Rogers’ family found the Southern black racer snake slithering around their home that was under construction. The snake was suffering from a rare condition called bicephaly which is caused when an embryo that was splitting, and would have resulted in identical twins, didn’t fully separate. Instead, the snake ended up with one body, but two completely separate and independently functioning heads and brains. At this point, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) stepped in and brought the snake to its conservatory where it could be looked after. They believed the snake wouldn’t survive in the wild over the long term because it had two heads and two minds, that resulted in divided thinking. The two heads were seeing the same things, but making different decisions. The Daily Mail writes: Officials say the snake will remain in captivity because it makes different decisions …