“If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly,
our whole life would change.”
Image of glow bug zooming through the night sky like a super hero
Image above of Texan glow bugs in night forest
Image above of “The Sea of Stars,” an ocean surrounding the Vaadhoo Islands. Bioluminescent phytoplankton in the water glow bright blue every evening.
Miraculously, time slows down when you travel at high speeds
The male seahorse becomes pregnant and gives birth.
The female frolics and plays, busily making more eggs to keep her hubby pregnant.
There is no such thing as color
Color is an experience or interpretation of the mind. Green, for example, is light with a wavelength between 520 and 570 nm. Red is light with an average wavelength of 400 nanometers. The human apparatus perceives green and red through its own filters. To other species, our red and green may appear grey to dark grey.
There are a number of wingless insects that miraculously grow wings when they find themselves in an area too far to crawl to reach food. Otherwise, they remain wingless.
Out of Zillions of snowflakes, no two contain the exact same beauty or formation, much like humans.
Scientists suspect that on Venus and Jupiter it rains diamonds.
Earth’s atmosphere is filled with micro diamonds and jewels from other planets.
A Dragonfly can hover, fly backward and upside down by moving all four wings in different directions at the same time.
Spiders silk thread is stronger than steel pound for pound.
If wingless creatures can take flight, light up a forest or an ocean; if color and time are illusions and diamonds and jewels can rain from the sky…how could there be any limitations in this life? If every being is distinctly unique, endowed with its very own magical qualities, what gifts have you yet to discover within yourself? Imagine what you can do, once you believe you can.
“Miracles are the natural way of the universe
~ our only job is to move our doubting minds out of the way.”
Jonathan Lockwood Huie
Mysteries of the Unseen World
Julia Lynn Rubin ~ Little Things
Charles F. Haanel – The Key
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