1. The pony is afraid of the horses
2. One of the horses would have eaten my hearing aid remote if it had been tasty
3. The ducks are afraid of me, looking at me from a sidelong glance.
4. The cat is affectionate.
5. The pigs are too fat and lazy and sleepy to think about anyone other than themselves. (One sow is named John Henry--this appears to discourage her.)
More seriously, by looking at nature, we see evidence of a Creator:
1. The Second Law of Thermodynamics says entropy increases. Things age and deteriorate--they don't move to finer forms;
2. Examine a leaf from a tree--all leaves of that tree have the same vein structure. There's order. Yet there's also variety--contrast that tree's leaves with leaves of another kind of tree.
3. The seasons, the earth's revolution around the sun, rotation on its axis, the moon's daily effect on the tides--nature has cycles. Again, order.
4. The earth is set up for life--exactly the right distance from the sun, tilt of axis, combination of gasses in the atmosphere. We call this Provision.
5. There's much unnecessary beauty in Creation--every snowflake different, double rainbows, incredible vivid coloring in Autumn leaves or Spring wildflowers.
6. The Hubble telescope showed us much more of the universe than we previously knew existed, and now spacecraft does still further--of the size and complexity of the universe.
When we see this combined majestic grandeur and intense intricacy--a universe open at the telescope and microscopic ends, quasars and quarks--we know someone made this. We know from our own creativity that a creator is greater than what he/she creates (for instance, a painter is greater than his/her painting). So we know God is above and beyond, 'other than', creation, which tells us some of the Creator's characteristics apparent from making the universe. This Creator, we call God.