When you begin to perceive that nothing is as ordinary as it seems, the whole world suddenly opens up. You see, even the tiniest object is made up of millions of atoms. Furthermore, everything is made up of elements on the periodic table, and there are countless life forms only visible under a microscope. Meanwhile, the universe is infinite, there is exact precision in the earth’s motion, which affects the duration if each day, and simply picking up a glass of water and drinking it requires a quick chain of neurological and digestive processes.
These examples only begin to scratch the surface of all the miraculous. There are, in fact, too many to count.
Today, consider all the miraculous in the most common and simple things.
Seeing the miraculous in the common gives a more wholesome perspective of the world and the life within it. And as this quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson suggests, it is a perspective that marks wisdom. Now, imagine adding life experiences to this!