There are miracles all around us. Dancing is a miracle. On last season’s So You Think You Can Dance, one contestant’s mother said that he was having a lot of trouble at school, and after he discovered dancing and focused on it, he told her dancing saved his life. I bet many singers can say the same. Just as I’m sure music and songs have saved listeners’ lives. I recovered from an operation by listening to favorite CDs, over and over.
Reading is a miracle. I can remember the first time I went to the library. It seemed like one of the most wondrous places in the world. And now I have a Kindle and can upload books straight to it. Do you think you could have imagined that ten years ago? It would have seemed like a miracle.
And Halloween. Going to strangers’ houses and they greet you by giving you candy. Isn’t that a miracle?
You experience miracles every day because you expect them. Just like my dogs and cat expect me to feed and love them.
Expectation – believing it will happen to you – is a big part of that miracle coming straight to you.
Just a note to let you know the Miracle Mail newsletter is delayed. I’ll probably start it sending it early in 2013. For now, I’ll have Miracle Wednesdays here. If you haven’t signed up for the Miracle Mail newsletter, please do so, and you’ll be on my list when it begins again.
Happy Halloween, everyone!