The Existence of Life

When we were still inside our mother's womb, we stayed on a safe haven for nine months until we were brought to life. We're being provided with all the essentials in order to survive. It's a home like no other. We had no choice where to dwell because it's the only place we would be most comfortable.

The way we are conceived and the manner we are born are magical realities.



Now that we exist, God gives us the grace to take the journey of our lives. We have our own place on earth. We may not walk on the same direction but we are truly heading on the same destination. Life is complex and full of uncertainties. The challenges are much more inflexible than our strength and yet, trigger our most sensitive being to explore the boundaries of "life" itself.

There is no doubt that everything has its beginning and end. Who would not agree that there's a supreme being responsible for our existence and the existence of every living organism on earth. What is beyond the universe? Why do we have to die if every cell in our body can be replaced with a new one? Is it really an endless debate for evolution and divine creation? Or is it that the two theories are truly not opposing but the former is a detailed explanation of the latter. We believe in God but still, there are some who do not share the same faith.




Our human body is being molded perfectly. We have our eyes to see what surrounds us. We have our minds to think and we have our hearts to feel a variety of emotions. Evolution aims perfection. Researchers and scientists are still spending a lifetime just to know the truth about human origins. Ancient people or early humans had features far different from today's modern men. History of mankind is being preserved and documented. From the prehistoric ages to present materialistic civilization.


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As life ages, so with the earth. There is extinction because the environment is no longer adaptable to a particular specie or organism. Forces of nature like global warming can cause extinction and any extreme force that may hit the earth like asteroids can largely destroy anything that not even virus can survive. To keep the planet alive, every living thing has to exist and should be sufficient to maintain a balance in nature.

As technology boom to its peak, life becomes instant. The negative impact of the fast growing world is becoming more predominant in today's lifestyle. Making everything easier is just one click of a button. More and more innovations and discoveries are yet to uncover by future generations.

The human mind is so powerful and it evolves as we explore the wonders of everything around us. We struggle to find answers to unsolved mysteries and continue our search for the truth.


14 comments:

  1. I always believe that life is a gift, that we should cherish everyday.

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  2. wow, i wonder what would be the next evolution after the modern man... hmmm

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  3. hello Marri! I actually believe in all the facts that you've stated. And I must comment on the global warming issue. It was just yesterday when I read/heard about the earthquakes that happened in Japan and Mexico. The world has truly been sending its warning signs..

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  4. Sabi nga ni Og Mandino: Live this day as if it will be your last.

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  5. “The heavens are declaring the glory of God; and of the work of his hands the expanse is telling.”—Psalm 19:1 :)

    Scientific history says man existed thousands of years ago but can't find a continuing proof of them living then to what have become of us now while the bible says man existed only since 6000+ years ago with a detailed family tree in the book of Numbers. I'd believe the latter.

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  6. for the life He hath bestowed on us, I am forever grateful. for, this life has given me reasons to face success in great humility and to accept failures and learn from it.

    thanks for sharing this inspiring post.

    (thanks to gene's comment, i remembered my "the greatest commandment" book)

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  7. this should be read by many...very inspiring, indeed!

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  8. sabi nga nila life is full of mystery and u need to enjoy...

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  9. Ano to? Sharing of ideas on the definition of life? Joke lang. Hihi.

    Lovely post dear. I believe "Life is short, so it's up to you if want to make it a little bit longer!"

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  10. Unfortunately for the next generation. Life may not exist for them anymore noh?

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  11. I believe more in the creation of man than the evolution. :)
    Extinction...I can't imagine a lifeless Earth. It gives chill to me spine. :(

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  12. *erratum*
    it should be "to my spine" :)

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  13. I love this post. And I agree with all the things you've stated here. Sometimes, we needed something like this to read to pause for a while and think. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. I'd go with the theory as man evolved, there was a guiding hand that made this all possible.

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