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New Cloth on an Old Coat – Cars Remix…

a Remix of the Parable found in Matthew 9:16

Alright, so picture this: You’ve got this sweet old-school muscle car, right? It’s seen some miles, the paint’s a bit faded, but she’s your reliable ride, a true classic. Now, imagine you get this wild idea to slap some flashy, high-tech electric car panels onto her sides. Sure, those panels look all shiny and cutting-edge on those newfangled EVs zipping around town, but on your old beast? Not so much.

You hit the road, feeling pretty smug in your hybrid of old and new, until the first tight turn comes up. As you bank into the curve, you hear an ominous ripping sound. The new panels? They just don’t flex and groove with the old car’s vibe. They tear away, leaving your ride looking even more ragtag than before, with gaps in the bodywork like missing teeth in a grin.

What went wrong? Simple: you tried to mix the old with the new without considering how they’d work together. Sure, that modern tech is cool, but your muscle car’s got her own style, her own groove. It’s like trying to put the engine of a Formula 1 racer in a vintage pickup truck. Yeah, the power’s impressive, but it just doesn’t suit the frame or the design, and it’ll probably tear the whole truck apart when you hit the gas.

The old ride’s got character, memories in every dent and scratch. And the new tech? It’s built for a different road, a different way of cruisin’. Each has its place, but they aren’t meant to be forced together.

So the moral of the story? Whether it’s cars, clothes, or life in general: honor the old, embrace the new, but don’t force them together when they just don’t match. You’ve gotta let the new do its thing in the way it’s meant to be, and let the old keep rollin’ on its own classic path. Mixing ’em is like revving up for trouble—end of the day, you just end up stranded on the side of the road, watching both eras drive on by.

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the Original Parable found in Matthew 9:16 (KJV)

No man putteth a piece of new cloth unto an old garment, for that which is put in to fill it up taketh from the garment, and the rent is made worse.


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