No minor miracle
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” – Albert Einstein
The rational me says there’s a plausible explanation for everything in my world.
The spiritual me says there are more than a few things in life which can’t be explained by science or the natural laws of the universe.
We usually associate miracles with the dramatic: living through a natural disaster, surviving cancer, or ‘beating the odds’.
Less dramatic, yet still amazing, are many things in life which absolutely defy comprehension. I think of the fact that I have sent you this message (in some cases, from thousands of miles away) and that you you are able to read it, wirelessly, on a little hand-held device.
Is it a miracle or is there a perfectly logical explanation for it? Maybe both!
What I do know is that when I stop to think about such things – I am profoundly affected. I am in awe.
Maybe it’s time to start acknowledging miracles in places more mundane.
I think of the contagious nature of a smile
I think of hearing certain music that stirs me
I think of the smell of freshly baked bread
I think of the beauty of changing leaves in autumn
I think of the sensation of silence after a fresh snowfall
The possibilities are infinite.
Any little miracles happening in your life right now?
In this season of miracles I hope you take many moments to find that which is truly miraculous all around you.
Me thinks you will be rewarded everywhere you look.
Wishing you abundant joy and robust health!