In pseudo-mystical language, each moment is the universe giving us presents, not all of which we know how to open.
The so-called "sense of awe" and the endless twaddle resulting from "Why is there something rather than nothing?" is the brain confronted with a puzzle that it is unable to resolve. Philosophy and all forms of inquiry begin with puzzlement and perplexity. The traditional translation of the ancient Greek word for wonder used by Aristotle in "Philosophy begins in wonder" must be a mistake. Wonder and awe at existence is the brain overloading or maybe short-circuiting. It is a brain fart. Many people find this experience to be a pleasant brain fart, the fact remains that it is the brain encountering something which its evolutionary history and development in no way prepared it for. There is nothing behind the experience. There is no cause to it. It does not indicate anything. Any language and claims to esoteric knowledge is an attempt to use symbol and metaphor to express the absence of all things human. Claims to contrary are ravings of madmen or wishful make-believe of mystics.