I am grateful for my uniqueness.
Grains of sand on a beach look the same to the naked eye. Yet when magnified hundreds of times under a microscope, the grains lose their similarity. Each grain reveals itself as unique, whether it is a sliver of shell or a minuscule piece of glass or rock. Each piece has its own unique story to tell of how it came to be. The same holds true for the world’s inhabitants. Despite outer appearances, we are each unique expressions of our Master Creator. We have our own life story to share. As written in The Quest, “God exists in everything, just in unique ways. It is the Christ in each human being that is the specific thread which joins humanity into a patchwork quilt of oneness.”
The glory that you have given me I have given them, so that they may be one, as we are one.—John 17:22