A surprise is an external event that reaches us and creates a great impression, with whatever this implies.
Every time I discover something, I accept and experience a surprise, exactly because I never experienced something similar before, and I experience it now for the first time. This was the role of a miracle, an event that caused – and still causes – great surprise. Something unknown was happening for every single occasion.
We all understand that this role of surprise, or rather of events that cause a surprise, is a valuable beginning of life, because it upgrades my interest for the matter that concerns me.
This is not a fake trick, but a true reality that we all experience, one way or another. Every new thing that didn’t exist before, or I hadn’t noticed before, is refreshing for my personal interests and causes me to move further; it gives me courage to keep exploring.
However, the surprise is not a tool and element for ceasing or being interested in life, but a mental refueling stop before my next discovery. Our daily life never ceases to be a journey and the surprises are small “wow” to keep us going. Ceasing the journey of exploring the creator means a wrong interpretation of the surprises and refreshing events that the creator has placed in various points of our lives. The surprises and the miracles never cease to have a purpose, but the supplies I need and my goal are different: the recognition and awareness of the creative laws of life and the creator.