TODAY THE WORDS are FEELING LIKE A MOLECULE. I am sure I am not alone in this feeling of being small in a large world. Oh, it is not a lack of self confidence, but an observation of life. In a world of 7.125 billion people, how big can we really be in this big world? A few thousand may become world famous where their identity is a household name, but on the average; very few people know more than a few hundred people throughout their lifetime. I am not referring to putting a face to a name but personally knowing someone by something other than their name only. Do you agree? Let’s discuss whatever size we feel; what effect we have on those few hundred people we come into contact. To understand the size we actually are in relationship, I looked in Dictionary.com for the meaning of molecule.
modecule: noun. In Chemistry, Physics. the smallest physical unit of an element or compound, consisting of one or more like atoms in an element and two or more different atoms in a compound.
For all of the science majors in the reading section, you could enlighten us on how much impact one molecule can have in a formula and chemical reaction, even though it might be minuscule. There is power in their punch and they CAN make a big explosion by their mire presence. I say this to bring us to a point in our thinking. Words and actions can have the same huge effect. Though they seem small when said; if they are combined with other feelings which may or may not be external; they can be devastating to the formula of the other person.
Now for the deeper thought……even though we are a small part in the universe as only one of 7.125 billion; we may be everything to someone. We may be the only factor which can make a “chemical” or soul change in their hearts. God may use “one” kind soul to lift another soul up toward Heaven. One rock can start a landslide; one thought can create a revolution; one kind act can create a charity; and one loving heart can eliminate hate.
DAILY FEATURED BIBLE VERSE:
And the Lord said, If ye had faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye might say unto this sycamine tree, Be thou plucked up by the root, and be thou planted in the sea; and it should obey you.
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