It would be an understatement to say that this world, the Creation of the Eternal One, is indescribably, and inconceivably complex. From the trillions of atoms that comprise the billions of cells that form the incalculably elaborate structures of your eyes - the very organs you're using to read these words - to the vast oceans, the unexplored forests, and the inhospitable deserts - paved with more than a decillion microscopic jewels, we can see the incredibly creative hand of Adonai. And we see His creativity, sometimes even His humor, everywhere we look. He has hand-signed every piece He's ever designed. If we seek Him - truly, G-d is not difficult to find.
But what does He see? How does He perceive His own Creation?
We know that His ways are not our ways and that His thoughts are infinitely higher than our own (Isaiah 55:8), but we also know that not one, tiny bird falls to the ground without His knowledge (Matthew 10:29). He is intimately involved with absolutely every aspect of every occurrence in His Creation (2 Chronicles 16:9), and has been since the very first instant - even before that, actually. I sometimes envision G-d viewing every single event, organism and subatomic particle in ultra slow-motion. At the same time, He is seeing the end from the beginning, cherishing our prayers, calling each and every star by name, humbling kings and exalting the humble - throughout what we refer to as "time". I don't believe that we're even capable of beginning to imagine the immensity of that idea, though.
Such was my thinking the instant I saw this brief clip of Louie Schwartzberg's Wings of Life on TEDTalks. This must be the closest we could come to perceiving the way HaShem observes His miraculous invention - and His myriad, seamlessly integrated inventions within it. There is nothing else I can say, but Baruch HaShem! Praise the Eternal One - He who merely speaks and makes reality come to pass. Praise the G-d who hears. Praise our Adonai who sees.