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Life is a Miracle Waking Up to Itself
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The sun is 109 times as big in diameter as the earth, and the distance from it to our world is 107.5 times its diameter or 93 million miles (150 milllion kilometers). That is a lot of space.

In comparison, if the nucleus of a typical atom were the size of the sun, its first electron would be almost 100 times as far away as the earth is from the sun. *(The diameter of an atom is about 10,000 times as large as the diameter of its nucleus.)

Astonishingly, this means everything is composed almost entirely of nothing, but is the effect of powerful energy fields that give form and substance to all that exists.

Discover the open space in you and you will find pure peace, for naked space is utter bliss. We are what we are looking for in a real way--but not just that, for this is an open Universe, conceived, imagined, willed into existence by limitless Love just beyond empty space and everywhere present.

How do I know? I have experienced this over and over again. We all can, you know.
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If water behaved like other liquids, ice would sink. But water is wholly unique. It's solid form is lighter than its liquid form. If this were not so, there could be no life on earth, for ice would sink and the seas would eventually ice over and drop the tempture of the world below levels that can sustain life.
The relationship of the distance of the moon to the sun and the diameter of the moon in comparison to the sun is almost exactly the same. This is why we get such beautiful eclipses where the moon perfectly covers the sun.

What is the chance of that happening by accident? It would be interesting to know.
An Observation

We think space is empty:
it is full of God singing,
laughing and dancing
two steps ahead
of the speed of light.

Human blood travels 60,000 miles (96,540 km) per day on  its journey through the body.

Astronomers estimate there are 100 billion galaxies in the Universe. An average sized galaxy has about 100 billion stars. The average human brain has about 100 billion nerve  cells.
There are 86,400 seconds in a day. That's 31,536,000 in a year. If you counted one star a second 24 hours a day, 7 days a week it would take 3,171 years to count 100 billion stars. To count every star in all the known galaxies would take, 317 trillion, 100 billion years.
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Here is the first thing your blank infant eyes beheld. What a moon! What a galaxy! How tender life can be. How innocent everything is in its essence.
Wonders are happening unceasingly.
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