Awe, Wonders and Questions


I am always awed by the beauty and grandeur of the universe.
Like, I am amazed that there are more stars in the universe
than there are grains of sand in all the world’s deserts and beaches.
And what is even more astonishing is that Earth’s 3 trillion trees
far outnumber our Milky Way’s 100 billion stars.

Man’s innate curiosity is the root of wonderment and awe.
I have so many questions and I seek to find out the answers.
Life seems to me all about seeking and finding the answers to our questions.
It starts when we are children with our interminable ‘whys’.
It continues as we grow up and our questions become more complex
and the desire to find the answers more urgent.
Some questions are meant to be answered.
And there are questions we have no answers for.
These unanswerable questions make us truly wise and deeply human.

I love stories and I would love to find out how my own life story will end.
In prayer, I seek to find my God
and in the process, I also get to find myself.

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