During Sunday School this week our instructor briefly touched on snowflakes and their uniqueness. He said no two flakes have ever been the same. I looked it up on Wiki (ha!) and it basically said the same thing. Due to what happens to them as they are created from droplets of water and fall to the earth through varied temperatures and humidity, each one is slightly different from the other. Think of the number of flakes that have fallen and each one is unique.
As a child, I enjoyed the snow. I didn’t really pay any attention to the individual snowflakes. I knew each one was different, but as a child, I never took the time to study one snowflake for more than a few seconds. Too many to play in!Our first year on the road with RVICS, we experienced snow, and I had on a dark jacket. As the snow fell on the jacket, I could distinguish each snowflake. They were different! How incredible is that? Their commonness is in their color and yet each are different in shape and size.
Just as each snowflake is different, we humans are also different. We are all humans, but each one of us was uniquely created. We all have DNA even though the appearance of each person is unique (unless you’re a twin or triplet, etc.), but even they have their differences. Isn’t that what makes people so interesting? The differences and the alikeness. We aren’t all clones of one. Isn’t that great?
Psalm 139:14 I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well. (NKJV) God created each one of us. Take a look at those around you. He created each one. He loves each one, and we are to do that too. What a Creator!
Boo (with Nick)