Are we Ungrateful for the Miracle we are?

Imagine a universe where by pure chance after billion of years a simple life form appears. Over time the descendants of our little friend become more and more complex, resembling enormous miniature living factories.

After a long time two such life form join haphazardly. More and more single cells join to form many wonderful variants of organisms, some of them with organs, a nervous system, a brain.

After millions and millions of years, 50 trillion of these wonderfully complex single cells have finally joined in one amazing organism of unbelievable complexity, which attains one of the most marvelous phenomena in the universe – consciousness!

The 50 trillion enormous miniature factories in the form of the organism repeatedly form one single pervasive thought in unison:

“This sucks!”

Life is marvelous indeed!

9 Responses to Are we Ungrateful for the Miracle we are?

  1. Dagobert says:

    Oh, u added a share this button. Does this mean u are now also starting a twitter, Facebook and so on?

  2. You know what? I think this will be an interesting blog. See you again.

  3. Harriet says:

    Interesting blog here mate, physcology and the universe is something I’m really interested in (even if I can’t spell physcology!!!). Its amazing to think that a bunch of single sells make a whole person!

    Nice blog, I’ll be reading it from now on.

    • Jonas says:

      Yes, I think it’s absolutely crazy that we are made up of trillions of little lifeforms. Life is amazing and often we aren’t even aware of it. Stay tuned for more “psychology and the universe” ;)


  4. Ram Bansal says:

    Very nice depiction of evolution of human consciousness. Keep it up.

    • Jonas says:

      Thank you. In a way it was meant half as a joke and half seriously. We are tremendous miracles, everyone of us, and yet we get bogged down in some irrelevant everyday problems. Thanks for your encouragement,


  5. Reggie says:

    Kudos! What a neat way of thniikng about it.