The God I worship and follow is of infinite variety and the creation I am part of reflects that.
How does a Thought for the Day script come to pass? You may have wondered.
Weeks in advance those of us who contribute to this slot get to agree a few dates.
Then, the day before we are to speak, the producer contacts us with a list of stories that will be covered on the show. We are invited to either link our thought to one of the stories, or to talk about something, from the perspective of our faith, that connects the stories.
Over the last five years I have spoken about the economy, education and Englishness; tower cranes and whale vomit.
So I submit a script, the producer checks that what I say won't get myself or the BBC into trouble, and away we go.
Why tell you this dear listener? Because the random selection of stories I received yesterday was the most varied I have come across:
Meals on wheels problems, a new school, a faithful lifeboat volunteer, stolen paving slabs, prosthetic limbs and all this on International Women's Day.
The capacity to use our individuality for good or evil is represented in the stories.
Psalm 104 tells of the many works of God and concludes that us mere mortals can mimic that creativity in worship and praise, with deed as well as word, or can destroy the very world with bad deeds and harmful words.
I don't know if you have spent your days nicking paving slabs or making the world a better place. All I know is that the God I worship and follow is of infinite variety and the creation I am part of reflects that.