BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, July 20th, 2012 by Jeff Maziarek in SPIRITUALITY SIMPLIFIED

“Your body is genetically coded to keep you alive, and unless you actively do something to inhibit its defenses, it will do everything in its power to preserve your health and life. A great example of this tendency toward perfect health is the body’s immediate response to injury.  Whenever you cut yourself in a minor way, as you well know, it is simply a matter of moments before the injury begins to heal itself by first clotting the blood in the area, and then immediately beginning to rebuild the damaged tissue.

It is literally remarkable that a myriad of activities is occurring within you at all times, and you effectively have nothing to do with it, as the God-Force is quietly and efficiently taking care of all the details. If you pause for a moment right now to think about all of this, there really is no other way to describe your entire physical life as being anything less than an absolute miracle. However, how many of us really sit down to appreciate that miracle on a daily basis? Granted it’s tough to do that, especially in today’s incredibly hectic world, but just the slightest awareness you give to that miracle every day will help to improve your connection with the Divine intelligence that is responsible for that miracle.”

               Jeff Maziarek, in “Spirituality Simplified”

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