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Our body is the first wonder in the world


We have time to learn the 7 wonders in the world. But hardly have we appreciated the real wonders in a living body. I have senses to perceive the world, legs to walk, hands to hold you and so many miracles. Above all I have a mind too, which science can answer the mind processing in the perfect way?

How wonderful our body is! While living in a technologically miraculous world, rarely we recognise the real miracle, the birth. Hats off to the great creator.

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Half of February is done. I hope the high tide of love that knocked at our doors hasn’t turned low after the conclusion of Valentine’s day.

I was just checking through my news feed on Facebook and I came across a video which showed the development of a child fromFecundationtill birth. Amazing video.

I don’t know how many of us actually know how sophisticated our bodies are. We spend time studying the software and hardware around us, but we don’t realise that the best technology actually exists in our very own body.

For instance, eating food. Such an easy process, just chew and swallow. However, it’s not that simple. There is so many mechanisms and processes involved in the background. One step goes wrong and that’s when we even notice. We call it disease.

During our development in our mother’s womb, there are so many things that need…

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Author: Akhila

Akhila is a plant-woman breathing poetries. She loves to decode signs from the universe. Akhila is the founder and sole contributor of wordsandnotion and qualitynotion. She bleeds out all the intoxicated imperfections of her soul through her blog and twitter handle.

14 thoughts on “Our body is the first wonder in the world

  1. You have brought out a point that is very valid in today’s world what with ‘wonder’ gadgets and so much more taking precedence to everything else. Our bodies are a wonder indeed and so are many such miracles, the birth of a new life being one of them. A beautiful thought, Akhi!

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  2. Great Akhilla. If you want to show you the miracle,I will point the finger in first human being…

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  3. yes ….being born as human is the greatest gift of god

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  4. This is what the ancients were portraying with baptism. The true symbolism of baptism is portraying the soul falling into the mother’s womb of amniotic fluid. Lifting you out of the water is symbolizing your birth and being a child of the Goddess. Patriarchs stole this beautiful ritual and said it is the washing away of sins. Our body is intelligent, we just have to listen to it.

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  5. Absolutely marvellous post Akhila and true, our body is so meticulous and perfect it tells us immediately what is wrong and I too have seen a documentary on how a baby forms in a mothers womb and then the nine months and all what u said. Great 👍

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  6. Yes our body is wonderful gift of God

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