Every element on the earth has a perfect balance and a sense of equilibrium that does not change its place nor swap its roles. They are entities that have never dared to be recalcitrant to the power that set them in their seamless orbits.
The sun, moon and the constellation of astral bodies have a perfect erudition of the task entrusted to them. The rivers and the oceans are aware of their precincts and have never had the nerve to flout their basic tenet. Every move in their course is perfectly aligned and watched over. The birds of the air and the flora and fauna we witness all around us have in them a unique acuity of an unseen but a perceived force. Overlooking these aspects, if we consider our lives, where do you think the breadth that keeps you and me alive come from? Science terms it oxygen from the air that is present in the atmosphere. But for a minute have you thought about the air you breathe as the breath of the one who designed your DNA?
Newton and his atheist friend were once having an argument over a solar cell that Newton refused to have made and claimed it occurred naturally or rather on its own. His friend strongly opposed his claims and insisted that a solar cell cannot just come from space. Somebody had to make it for it to be existent. It was then that Newton put forward another astounding statement that left his friend agape- ‘ A simple solar cell cannot come out of nothing but an exceptionally sophisticated machine like the body that we inhabit in has to evolve out of nothing?!’
Have we always been running away from this fact that there is a supreme authority that holds everything in nature in its perfect place?
Accept it or not every individual, a believer or an agnostic has to one fine day come to the realization that, there was a purpose in our creation and you can deem of being successful in this journey of life if you have known the purpose of your existence. Casing the truth and shunning your conscience will never usher you toward a purposeful culmination. At the end of the day we need to comprehend within us that we are mere men made of the sand of the earth and we return to the sand and we have no glory of our own. All the wealth, fame and possessions we store up on the planet are no doubt momentary but it will be futile if we haven’t enriched the soul with us that lives forever!
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