Each and every moment is full of a million deaths
Michael Marvosh

What a profound experience. I have had similar thoughts. One day driving to work in a rain storm. It was very hard to see and up ahead were two tractor trailer trucks nearly side by side in the two lanes. There was just over a car length between one trucks back bumper and the other front bumper. Suddenly a guy comes flying up past me closes as close as he can to the back bumper of one truck and slips into the lane in front of the other. This of course causes brakes on both trucks and I watch as they swerve together then separate. No accident. I realized in that moment that if any one thing was slightly off we all would have been in a twisted wreck. Being a religious guy I see these moments of realization a reminder or gift from a creator that planned them.

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