A miracle is the only way to describe birth. We’ve been fascinated by this method for a long time. I enjoy seeing how a human being develops and the various stages he or she goes through. Each of us begins as a single cell, one from our mother and the other from our father. They come together to form a one-of-a-kind set of “construction” instructions. As a result, it’s just you and me. The process may appear simple, but the job that a woman’s body must perform is extremely intricate. The whole thing takes nine months, but we don’t have time to watch a video that lengthy. There’s a four-minute video that summarizes everything.
Hundreds of millions of sperm compete for a spot within the egg. Although they all arrive, only one gets it inside. The genetic information carried by the sperm is combined with that carried by the egg. The egg passes via the fallopian tube and into the uterus of the mother. Things are about to get underway. True magic is going to happen.
We are already growing tiny bones, tiny organs, and body components before each structure in our body can be seen. The networks in our brains begin to form shortly after that. Our tiny hearts begin to beat. Although it is easy to believe that pregnancy is simply the process of creating a human body, there is much more to it than meets the eye.
Our limbs and appendages develop in size as we grow older. Our fingers and toes begin to get more coordinated, prompting us to become more active in the womb. Our brains and bodies prepare for life in the real world. Following then, the real birthing process begins. Even if you already know all of this, I am confident that the next video will utterly blow your mind. Pregnancy has never been more enthralling or exciting.
This clip is a great reminder that all of life’s incredible mysteries are very close to us. They are so close but so wonderful that we often take them for granted. Each one of us starts as a very tiny group of cells in our mothers’ bodies. After many years we become the amazing and original people we are today. We tend to forget how much work we needed to do to get here in the first place. But don’t take my word for it, check it out for yourself and rediscover the trip you took to make you who you are! You’ll probably want to watch it more than once.