This is one of the most fascinating, significant days in human history, which could well go down as equally one of the most exciting as well as spectacular.
God the Almighty, the Supreme being who created Heaven and Earth and everything there in and thereof made all things and allotted time s and season s to everything.
He has remained unchallenged in His authority and control over everything of creation and allotment of time and season.
His deeds have remained amazing so much that no matter what His creations have tried to do to tamper with what He has created, nothing has changed in His original plan and creation.
Sunday,02,02,2020 was the second day in one thousand years that can be written the same way both backwards and forwards.
The first day was 01,01,1010. The third day will occur on 03,03,3030.
In the divine plan of God, no human being can witness two of such days, not even the oldest man that ever lived, Methuselah witnessed two of the days as he lived for only Nine Hundred and Sixty Nine years.
It is even more impossible now that the Bible, the Living Book says the highest number of years allotted man to live now is only One Hundred and Twenty years., This extraordinarily special day is called a palindromic day.
It is a once in a millennium occurrence.
It is therefore, implied that no one in the present generation will be alive then to witness another palindromic day. By implication, it could well be concluded that this world might not witness another palindromic day until the next world. This is a living wonder that will certainly outlive humanity because it was made by the Supreme being, the Almighty God Himself.
All those alive on Sunday, February Second, 2020 to witness that day were indeed privileged to do so and there is every need to be thankful to the Almighty God for such a rare privilege of witnessing the only palindromic day of one’s life.
He is indeed a wonderful God.
Just as the palindromic day, which could be written the same way both backwards and forwards, the palindromic words are also written the same way backwards and forwards.
Some of the commonest palindromic words are madam and mallam.