Recently, I sat next to a woman who was nearly 9 months’ pregnant. She was focused on the lecture and I was focused on how she was creating a life while going about her day. Miracle.
That day, I took 23,000 breaths and my heart beat 100,000 times pumping blood through 60,000 miles of arteries and veins. Miracle.
I sit at my keyboard and compose this 60-seconds of fun while trillions of chemical reactions are taking place every second. Miracle.
The odds of something going wrong are really steep, but usually, most things go right.
The moral of this story? I’m not wringing my hands over every little hiccup. I’m focusing on the everyday miracles.
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