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  • Writer's pictureFred M Davis Jr

You Are A Living Miracle: A Testament to Life's Splendor

Introduction: The Miracle of Existence Life's intricacies and the wonderment of existence surround us. Every moment we live is a profound statement of the universe's grandeur. When we read in the scriptures, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth" (Genesis 1:1), it's not just a testament to the start of the world, but also the inception of the intricate design that is life.

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Albert Einstein was a man of profound insight, famously stating, There are two ways to live: as if nothing is a miracle, or as if everything is a miracle. By this he meant that our outlook on life and the world can either be one of drudgery and mundanity, or one of excitement and amazement. Each day brings a new opportunity to marvel at the beauty of nature and the power of science, with a universe full of tiny miracles like the birth of a star or the beat of a heart. Whether it's the grandeur of the Milky Way or the microscopic particles that make up our reality, Einstein was right in saying that life is a matter of perspective. Everything we encounter is a miracle in and of itself.

At 1 in 400 trillion, the astronomical odds of any one of us being born are a testament to the sheer uniqueness of each life. To be alive is an incredibly rare and precious gift, and every moment of our existence is the result of a chain of events that started at the dawn of time. It is truly remarkable that out of all the possible combinations and probabilities, we have been given the gift of life and the ability to shape our own destinies. To think of the miraculous journey we have been through to be here in this moment is awe-inspiring and humbling.

Eight Billion Unique Souls Diversity is not just about our external appearances, but our internal landscapes—our thoughts, emotions, dreams, and fears. Amongst the teeming billions, there's no one quite like you. God's craftsmanship ensures that everyone has a different story to tell.

I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." - Psalm 139:14. This verse doesn't just celebrate our physical form, but the divine spark within us, the soul that yearns, learns, and grows. It shouts that we are God's craftsmanship, perfectly designed for a purpose.

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When it comes to the notion of perfection, it's easy to view a person's outward appearance and see only what society deems to be normal or acceptable. However, we must remember that God's view of perfection is far more expansive. He sees beyond the physical and knows that every single person is wonderfully and perfectly designed in their own way. Even when the world looks upon someone with a so-called birth defect and sees a limitation, God looks upon that same individual and sees the beauty of His perfect design. It's in this way that we can recognize that all of us have been created with a specific purpose and to bring Him glory.


Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else. Anthropologist Margaret Mead beautifully encapsulates the paradox of humanity: we are all unique, yet bound by the shared experience of human existence.

Identical twins share almost all of their DNA, yet despite this, their individual stories and memories can be incredibly distinct. This serves as a reminder of the power of both nature and nurture in our development and life paths. It is remarkable how two individuals with such a similar genetic makeup can grow to lead vastly different lives and experience unique moments. This phenomenon further underlines the power of both biology and our environment in crafting our individual journeys.

The Grandeur of Life Beyond our species, Earth is teeming with life that's both mind-bogglingly vast and minutely detailed. From towering redwoods to tiny microbes, each entity plays its part in the symphony of existence. "For by him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him." - Colossians 1:16. This reminds us that every creation, seen or unseen, is purposeful and meaningful.

quote by Morgan Freeman

Lailah Gifty Akita once said, "Life is not just a casual coincidence, but a cosmic miracle." Every day, every moment is filled with tiny miracles. The chance alignment of countless variables to facilitate life is nothing short of miraculous. This includes our brain, it is composed of 86 billion neurons, is an epicenter of activity. These neurons interact, forging millions of new connections every day, making it the most intricate structure known to mankind.


Designed for a Purpose Our journey is not aimless wandering; it's a search for purpose, meaning, and connection. Our challenges, joys, and even sorrows are catalysts, driving us toward our destiny. This journey can be hard and daunting, but by recognizing its importance, we can take it with courage and understanding. We can embrace each moment and its lessons, ultimately reaching a deeper level of fulfillment and purpose.

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." - Jeremiah 29:11. This profound verse doesn't promise a life without hardship, but a life with purpose and direction.

Mark Twain famously said, "The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why." Twain poignantly captures our existential journey, emphasizing the quest to find one's purpose. Conclusion: Celebrate Your Miracle Life is more than just a succession of days, it is a rich tapestry of experiences, emotions, and connections that, together, weave a narrative unlike any other. Every unique life story, with its ups and downs, is a tribute to the most remarkable miracle of all: existence. As we journey through life, it is important to recognize that each moment is a special opportunity to appreciate the joys of life and embrace the hardships that help to shape us. Every step we take is a testament to our resilience and strength and serves as a reminder to embrace each moment with a positive and motivational attitude.

Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart." This inspiring verse from Jeremiah 1:5 reminds us of the incredible design that God has for each of us. Each individual has an invaluable worth and is formed with an intricate plan in mind. These words should serve as a motivation for us to tap into our true potential and remember that we are each unique and highly valued. We can draw strength from the knowledge that God is with us on this journey and He is cheering us on every step of the way.


"To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment." - Ralph Waldo Emerson. Emerson urges us to embrace our unique identity amidst external pressures, to remain true to oneself.

Fact: The DNA within us stretches incredibly long distances. With 3 billion base pairs, if unraveled, it would stretch from Earth to the Sun and back multiple times, much like the vast, interconnected web of life itself.

Every footstep we take, every connection we make, is a dance in the grand ballet of existence. Cherish it, embrace it, and remember: you are a miracle.


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