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55b), Rava demonstrates that dreams stem from a person's imagination, since "no one ever dreams of a golden palm-tree, nor of an elephant threaded through the eye of a needle.
org/library), discusses the deeper essence of what the enormous size of the elephant represents, and the conceptual significance of threading an elephant through the eye of a needle.
The collection includes a Statue of Liberty in the eye of a needle and a sculpture of Marilyn Monroe, half the size of a full-stop, carved out of a diamond.
If Jesus had said it would be easier for a gay guy to sashay through the eye of a needle than to get into heaven, we could understand why social conservatives become unhinged at the thought of gays having constitutional rights.
It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God.
Perhaps it is an exaggeration to describe it as a camel squeezing through the eye of a needle.