Has anyone ever experienced a miracle in thier lives? Something unexplained,something truly miraculous? I recently had a client tell me about an experience she had with her husband that had passed on and it was really spine chilling and heart warming too and one of my senior clients had spoke about miraculous healings, where her husband used to go to the VA hospitals and pray over injured soldiers and some sat up out of a comma and others healed quickly and others had spiritual experiences. So just curious if a miracle has ever happened to you that you'd like to share or if you just believe miracles are possible .
That I didn't die either of the 2 times I tried to kill myself when I was a teen ~and trust me, the doctors where astonished at how quickly I returned to "normal".
That I gave birth to 6 beautiful, perfect, wonderful children ~ single births, no sets of multiples.
There are miracles all around us, every day, if we only stop to look and appreciate them.
This is my email message signature:
There are 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
I am very, very conscious that my life today is a miracle.
I am surrounded by miracles every day and make a point of surrounding myself with others who see themselves and others as miracles!
There are "ordinary" (accidental) coincidences that some people call "miracles," and there are extraordinary (cause-and-effect) coincidences that cannot be explained by science of today or tomorrow.
Belief is a relative term. I can do better than "believe" in miracles; I know they exist. And I'm not talking about the accidental variety.
I dedicated an entire hub to exploring the "Anatomy of a Miracle" that occurred in 1977 on Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, in broad daylight. Nearly 1000 cars evacuated the center, westbound lane within seconds of my prayer for wide open spaces. On the surface, this might seem a very selfish thing to ask for, but it wasn't. You see, I had learned moments before complete forgiveness and utter humility. Ego (the heart of selfishness) had been entirely subdued. That is the only way the miracle could've happened. Moments before the miracle, another, less visible miracle had occurred. After 6 different drivers had nearly caused wrecks by forcing their cars without warning in front of mine, I had reached a point of rage that shocked even me. But then I found complete peace and forgiveness. I had forgotten their trespass so completely that it took me 30 years to realize that the first 6 cars to evacuate the space in front of me were the very same 6 that had so selfishly taken that space mere seconds beforehand.
I have seen many other miracles. Each time they were prayers that were answered instantaneously and in the affirmative. I had discovered the way to be aware of that for which I was praying. Most people think they pray for something, but when it doesn't arrive they suspect the act of prayer rather than their ability to pray correctly. Prayer works perfectly, but most people pray for the wrong thing. Someone in fear, wanting freedom from that fear, will usually, but unknowingly, pray for fear. One needs to be fearless when they pray. Then, all manner of miracles are possible.
I read on one forum a skeptics take on miracles. They thought that miracles were merely accidents. Given enough tries, worldwide, someone would be the lucky "lottery" winner and survive a car crash, or some other dangerous event. But walking on water is not the type of thing that any number of accidents could create. Walking on water could never be called "accident." And yet, when Peter stepped out of his storm-tossed boat onto the unsettled Sea of Galilee, he walked on that liquid surface, if only for a moment. And then doubt set in.
i believe in miracle...it is miracle that people believe in religion..
Hey, lone. What are you talking, boss? How do we know that you are saying nothing but the truth? If belief in people is the way we know truth, then good luck!
Lone77star, Thanks for sharing your miracles....keep em' coming
I do believe in miracles. It´s miracle for me that I live here and now although I was sick to death many times when I was a child.
Great Thelma, glad you believe in miracles. I checked out some of your hubs and they are very intersting. All those times when you were sick as a child built up your immune system to be strong and healthy as an adult, you are a true miracle, thanks for sharing
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by Alexander A. Villarasa17 months ago
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by accofranco6 years ago
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by LewSethics4 years ago
Believers minds would probably melt and they would turn into a useless mass of fawning glee.Sinners would poop themselves and try to be good, honest.Non-believers would not believe it. Would they?
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