When you think about it, everything can be considered a miracle. For example, the sun rising and setting, the seasons, the weather, our anatomy, and even the way our organs operate. Not to mention, the perfect symbiosis in our ecosystems, animal migrations, a butterfly’s metamorphosis, and plant life.
From the perfect timing of how planets spin and revolve in the solar system to our heart beat, it’s all quite miraculous. Moreover, everything that happens is affected by these things. So in a sense, everything (everyday) is a miracle–a divine miracle.
This quote, by Albert Einstein, reminds us that we can live life as if everything is a miracle or as if nothing is a miracle. It’s all a matter of how we choose to look at things. On the one hand is overlooking the miracles all around. Meanwhile, on the other hand, is a high sense of awareness and gratitude–Noticing and appreciating the little things.