Week 17 – Nature’s Greatest Miracle

Nature’s Greatest Miracle

We have been reading in Og Mandino’s Greatest Salesman this month that we are nature’s greatest miracle (Scroll marked IV).

It is true that none that came before us were the same and this is empowering to me. Having spent a large part of my life trying to imitate others I can now accept that I am unique and that is a good thing. I can place my uniqueness on display and be proud of the difference.

I have always felt a need to separate myself from the herd but there has often been something on a subconscious level dragging me back, until now. Life has got a lot simpler now and I can live with my compass leading me towards my bliss, putting a compass around my neck seemed silly at first but I would be lost without it. Having a purpose in life which is not in line with the average man is ok for me as I’m proud of the difference.

We are surrounded by people attracting various things into their lives and its easy to get caught up in their race. It may be your boss, friend, relative or co-worker and they are attracting results through their thoughts and actions. You may be part of their plan to make themselves feel better or get on but is it helping you towards your bliss? I believe we can make our own way and follow our compass. If we are heading towards our own bliss then we will enjoy the ride and this will set many positive ripples into the lives of others.

I have a purpose and an opportunity to achieve it. As long as I remain true to me then I am happy with the journey. With each victory the next struggle becomes less difficult.

I am nature’s greatest miracle.

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10 thoughts on “Week 17 – Nature’s Greatest Miracle

  1. Thomas

    I’ve struggled the same with putting my uniqueness on display, always trying to copy other’s. Now I know I am unique and I am proud of the difference!

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  2. Fi

    Great post Steve! I always recognised my ‘uniqueness’ (being kind to myself right there lol) .. but always tried to dim my light (or mute my volume) so as not to stand out *too much*. It is far more freeing to embrace our uniqueness and revel in the glory of this Godly blessing.

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  3. Rob Dunn

    So much has been made, in society these days, of making us all feel ‘common’ and part of the ‘common’ that makes us forget our uniqueness. Glad to be reminded of this value we all have and to be encouraged to give ourselves Permission to be our own unique selves! Great post, Steve.
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  4. Rita Grandchamp

    Great Post!
    Each of us is here to discover our true unique selves; that we are spiritual beings in physical form…following our compass…
    Enjoy the ride..

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  5. Debbie Daniels

    It’s nice to know just how unique we really are! It is so easy to compare ourselves to others. If we just realize that we are a one-of-a-kind and show others that uniqueness, we are better for it! Thanks for your post! I enjoyed it!

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