That’s approximately how many cells there are in the human body. Each one of them is performing millions of teeny tiny miracles a day.
Why do I call these miracles?
Consider: your heart knows which direction to pump your blood. Your lungs know how to take in air and distribute oxygen. Your intestines know how to extract nutrients from food and pass them into your bloodstream.
All of these things happen without your ever having to think about it. Many of us don’t even know which organs are where, let alone understand how all of this happens. We couldn’t make it happen if we tried. But it keeps on happening, every moment of every day. Times 75 trillion.
Go ahead and tell me that’s not a miracle.
If all those miracles are happening undetected within the few square feet of your human body, can you imagine what might be happening all around you?
It’s as simple as finding the right parking space at the right moment, or as big as the spontaneous disappearance of a cancerous tumor.
Here’s my simple definition of miracles – they are things that make my life better than it would have been if they hadn’t happened….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.
Leah is the Chief Miracle Officer of The Miracle Journal, finding inspiring, wonderful and unexpected things that happen every day.
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