I believe that everyone has a miracle, it's just that not everyone has the ability to see the miracle he has. The next problem, the magic of each person is different from the magic of the others. Plus, humans have excessive tendencies in terms of size, humans like to think that small things are not important and only big ones are important. This kind of thinking makes many people feel their lives are empty without miracles. They thought God was asking them, God chose him, and obviously, they were wrong.

There was a person who was chosen to be the RT leader in a small village in Solokuro sub-district, another person was elected president in Switzerland. There are people who find cooking mangoes on the quiet streets of the village of Lembor, others find gold installments lying on the sidewalks of Paris.

There were people who accidentally ignored the wet chair and chose to sit in a dry chair, in another place where someone was forced to cancel his flight while a few moments later the plane was reported missing in the middle of the ocean. Such miracles occur every day, to everyone, and unfortunately, not everyone is able to thank them.

Maybe you would say that the examples I just mentioned are a coincidence, not a miracle. Well, that's our problem, we like to overlook matters so we don't realize the beauty behind it, the miracle hidden there.

The great or small good that we get, still everything is a miracle. If you are sitting pressing on a computer, then you stand up to pick up a piece of paper that has fallen from the table, then just at that moment there is a lizard drop falling where you just sat, it's a miracle.

God has given you a reason for the shift from where you sit just so you are safe from lizard droppings. Be thankful that we will be more fortunate.

That's what the book of Various Wonders of Life wants to convey to its readers. He wants to show everyone that to feel miracles, we don't need to wait for something big and amazing, there are actually many simple things in our daily lives which are also miracles.

You don't have to recover miraculously from cancer to understand a miracle, just by recovering from the flu without taking a single drug is also a miracle. Whether you get one million or one thousand rupiahs, both of them are the money you get, both are miracles.

In addition to describing miracles and an invitation to be grateful, this book also shares the meaningful, funny, or intriguing events experienced by the writer to the reader. One example is the memory of the author when he was in elementary school.

In elementary school, there was a teacher who was feared and loved by writers and friends. He was named Mr. Muslihin. Mr. Muslihin is a magic teacher, he teaches Qur'an Hadith, Indonesian Language, and mathematics. All three subjects have absolutely no connection but he can master very well.

When the Qur'anic Hadith day arrived, some of the class contents were enthusiastic, when the Indonesian language arrived, the author and some of his other friends were enthusiastic, but when the mathematics day arrived, no one was happy. Mathematics is a punishment that must be accepted by every child simply because it is the duty of every student: entering school and studying.

Then, one day, when he arrived in mathematics, the author invited his friends to read prayers, read Fatihah and verses of the Qur'an, read prayers, and ask God that Mr. Muslihin be sick and not go to class. All the students agree. They gathered around the author's bench and began to pray. As a result, a few minutes later, the TU school came to report that Pak Muslihin had permission not to teach because of illness. All the children cheered happily. Hahaha, their evil prayer was successful. Next, every time a math class arrives, the children gather again to pray that the teacher is sick. And the trick never worked again.

One of the hard-to-forget writings from this book is a paper titled Minan. Minan is the name of one of the student writers in a landfill. Minan has a physical appearance that cannot easily invite sympathy, nor does he have clothes that can impress people. Coupled with his slenge'an attitude. Often Minan became a bully for his friends. And almost always Minan was made a scapegoat for every mess that happened - whether he was involved or not.

Then one day, the author of this book held a drama class as a part of learning. He divided all the students in his class into groups and, as you might have guessed, no group would accept Minan with open arms. You know, one of the hardest grievances that can be felt by elementary school children is when no classmates are willing to accept it as part of a group. Luckily, in the end Minan got his drama group, a group consisting mostly of female students, and Minan was accepted there only because no daughter was willing to play a villain.

Miraculously, the Minan boy who was underestimated, who was always a victim, whose appearance was sad and his hair never combed especially oiled, he was able to perform acting amazingly. Minan runs his role wholeheartedly and happily. In his group Minan acts as a villain and, my God, hahaha, he managed to play a villain in a very good way! He is very good at acting as a villain.

From that experience, we are once again reminded by the author that every child has their strengths and strengths in different fields. We cannot force even the greatest fish to climb trees, nor can we force even the smartest monkey to dive. Every creature has its own advantages. Like humans, everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. Everyone will be great if we give assignments in a field that he has mastered, and everyone will look stupid if told to do something he can't do.

Perhaps, the most disturbing writing in this book is the article entitled Maker of Children. The article tells the story of couples who are in a hurry to get married and can only 'make children', and in no way do their duty to educate and care for their children. This phenomenon occurs a lot in our country, in various regions, it lasts for generations, becomes a tradition and only inherits poverty.

The article sharply explores how there are so many people who get married in a hurry, then have children, then go to work and leave their children to the elderly grandmother at home. After that, the couple only sends money to eat the child. Indeed, for living, humans only need to eat. But to live well, humans need love and education.

Crazy people on the roadside are human beings, and they only need to eat to continue their lives. If we want to have a family that is better than them, we must remember that eating alone cannot make people great.

Child makers stare hard at bad culture in this country. The article was lifted from real events around the author.

Someone once asked, "what is the problem?" Then he got the answer, "so that we realize every good that we never realized." As long as we read this article we have done hundreds of respiration. We are totally unaware of the joy and magic of breathing without bothering to think and plan. Then, when suddenly there is dust entering the nose, making us cough and tight, then at that moment we realize how wonderful and miraculous it is to breathe without interruption. So, should we get into trouble first just to be grateful and realize the miracles we have every day? []


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