E=mc2 Or better yet, a theory on miracles.

car view steamboat

There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle.

The other is as though everything is a miracle.

–Albert Einstein

What miracles have you noticed — or forgotten to notice — around you lately?  I took this photo from my car window on the way home from Steamboat. The whitest mountains follow the Continental Divide, which separates the water that drains into the Pacific and the waters that drain into the Atlantic oceans.  Call me a nerd (which I’m okay with), but that’s just cool.  Never-mind the fact that I can snap a photo that cool with my phone which is not much bigger than a deck of cards.Divide sign

Random fact: Albert didn’t like to wear socks.  This went with his overall disheveled look and uncombed hair. He thought socks were a hassle since shoes already seemed to serve the same purpose. Whether at the White House or out sailing, he went sockless.

  Now go find some miracles…

3 thoughts on “E=mc2 Or better yet, a theory on miracles.

  1. I’m not sure about the things that have been happening to me lately – but I tend to think of them as a series of strange (and brilliant) coincidences rather than miracles. They’re beginning to make me want to believe in miracles! 😀

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