Have you ever noticed what happens to your body when you are excited about something?
First your heart races, then your eyes open wide, goosebumps cover you and you feel like you could take on the world at that moment.
Science says that our physical bodies anticipate that which we create in our mind out of fear as a natural warning system, emotions of anticipation, and of course the excitement of a big event that we are looking forward to. At eHow Health they explain it as this: Goosebumps are the result of a physiological chain reaction that begins with stimuli prompting a nerve discharge from our involuntary nervous system. This involuntary discharge causes tiny hairmuscles (commonly referred to as pilo muscles) that are located beneath each hair follicle, to contract and push the hair follicle upward; thus we have the hair standing on end. Since humans aren’t covered with thick body hair, we see the raised hair follicle–hence, the goosebumps.
You know that feeling you get the night before your big exam? Or, the night before you present a power point presentation in front of a group of people. Maybe for you it’s a performance on stage. Same thing happens for those excited about the Super Bowl and contemplating who’s gonna win.
What get’s your adrenaline pumping to the point of goosebumps? Maybe this should. Read more to find out what you can be excited about today!
This should be enough to make you stand on edge with excitement today
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, excites many children across the land just for the day before because they do not know what the Christmas hustle and bustle is really all about.
Who will tell them ? Who will be brave enough to share the true meaning of the goosebumps they feel? Will it be you dear mother? Will it be you father? How bout you Auntie do you remember what makes this day before the celebration of His Birth the most exciting day of all?
Tell the real Christmas Story today and you will have something enough to give you goosebumps for the rest of your life.
Don’t let our cluttered minds that are filled with sugar plums miss out on the best excitement to ever be born. Keep this holiday season sacred, holy, worthy of praise; wish Jesus a Happy Birthday from your heart to theirs.
Tell the world, to remember the reason for the season, is your everlasting Father who came to this world to heal the broken-hearted, save the wretched souls of human kind and fill you with Joy unspeakable and full of Glory.
Get them excited about all tomorrows. Tell them the Story of Christmas where Christ the King was born to save us and watch the goosebumps roll.