Hey, don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Ok, if it’s going to be like this, imagine we were to suggest that every event (or experience) in your life is a miracle.
If, we were to say that - if - you might reasonably laugh at us in light of how challenging life can be.
"Impossible," you might say. “no way!”
On the other hand, if we were to calculate the probably of any event (or experience) actually happening, most especially that of your conception, and then birth, and then that of your mother’s or father’s before that, and theirs and on and on backwards (for about 13 billion years) and each successive day before and day after in either direction - for better or worse - you would marvel at the SIZE of that number. Wait, there IS no number in any system in any calculable world to account for the actuality (in that you are reading this) you exist. And therefore, are.
The question is, how do you wish to view so huge a quantity, so huge an incomprehensibility, or improbability?
Do you have a choice, or rather, how little would have had to be different for it to be any other way than it is.