MKE Week 21 – Miracles Are All Around You

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This is what we learned this week during the week 21 webinar. As Einstein put his philosophy out there, “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.”

If anyone was on the fence about that before, the lesson for week 21 put that to rest. As a musician, a line from Barry Manilow’s 70’s hit, “It’s a Miracle” ends with “the miracle is You”, which was expressed throughout scroll 4 of The Greatest Salesman in the World, “I am nature’s greatest miracle.”

If we don’t think everything is a miracle, then we probably believe everything is a miracle except ourselves. We were created first class by first class to be first class. Drawing on the power available from the Universal Mind, we as individuals, are the distribution channels, as we read in this week’s Master Key lesson Part 21 paragraph 3.

So we have the ability to learn, to observe and to think. We learned this week that size doesn’t determine miracles, it’s action that does. Through scientists’ observation, we discover the small world of atoms contains action in the environment of protons, neutrons and electrons.

But I was surprised to learn the scale we were taught in school is totally inaccurate. There is enormous space between atoms, and therefore there is more nothing than something in literally everything ever created, because everything is constantly in motion, leading to the illusion that things are solid and stationary.

This opens up a whole new way of thinking. Which reminds me of another song , this time from the 80’s by a group called Imagination, “It’s An Illusion”, which I believe was used in the movie “In the Heat of the Night”.

Meet Jack Koetting

I am a Christian & believe in God the Father, the Son and Holy Spirit. I've been married for 50+ years. I'm the father of 3 sons, and grandfather of 2 granddaughters.

I am an entrepreneur, a networker, and a gold and silver advocate. I enjoy traveling with my wife, and playing music in my spare time.

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  • Very interesting – I love that you have found MKE lessons in old songs! Good job:)

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