From Shir Hashirim 20 (#638) by Rabbi Avigdor Miller
When we walk into the field and see a dandelion tuft ball, by blowing on it we see that a hundred different parachutes separate out from the airstrip on top of it. Each parachute has a passenger: one little seed hanging exactly in the middle. They travel in the wind to go someplace far off to plant the seed. On all sides we see these miracles.
Who made these parachutes? They are so perfectly balanced that the passenger hangs exactly in the middle, and he is protected with a jacket in case he falls in salt water. When we look at that, we are deadpanned. When we look at it again and again as years go by, finally it enters our skull that we are seeing a miracle with our eyes, something that needs planning, expert designing. Wonders upon wonders! Things like that fill the universe.