Albert Einstein

He said that there are two ways to live.  To live as if nothing was a  miracle or to live as if everything was a miracle.  I choose the latter.  When you really think about it, miracles are happening everywhere.  It's our definition of a miracle that is wrong.  We tend to look for some sort of huge big gigantic event we completely miss ourselves.  And we as humans are the greatest miracles.  Our personalities, our behavior, isn't that miracle enough? We are made of cells, so what? Despite being made of "just cells" which are amazing in their own right we can have preference, we can create, we can love.  Isn't that a miracle?  Maybe miracles weren't supposed to dazzle the world, maybe they were just meant to add to it.  Because seeing the sun at dawn should be miracle enough.
BeginningLife BeginningLife
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11 Responses Jul 25, 2007

Almost poetic!!

I agree on the first saying

Sweet~

Well said

Good attitude!

"Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence." - Albert Einstein

i was ok with this until i read the we as humans are miracles bit...we are also the most destructive being on the planet...hardly miraculous.

Oh, andnowthis, that is beautiful. And true.

Nothing is miracle in this world every extra ordinary is just determination and hardworking.

Nothing is miracle in this world every extra ordinary is just determination and hardworking.

I have no idea but I guess some research would easily show that.