MKE Week 21 – Miracles in Our Daily Lives

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In a world full of conflict and confusion, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, as if different voices are pulling us in different directions. However, even in the midst of chaos, miracles happen.

Wow, during and after the live meeting, I realized how often I had dismissed miracles in my life. I notice nature’s miracles. When I look around and see how beautiful nature is, I am in awe.

The beautiful colors of the trees, and I am also amazed when I see them in the winter. I enjoy the warmth of the sun on my skin and all that nature has to offer. I notice acts of kindness all around me and am becoming more aware of them.

When it comes to the miracles in my own life, I dismiss them as normal or as insignificant. But when someone else has the same experience, I am in awe. That feeling grows stronger when I see their faces light up when they realize it is a miracle.

I wonder why I downplay the miracles in my life. Play as if they do not matter, or believe that miracles only happen to the fortunate. I have realized that others frequently dismiss them as insignificant.

They reduce them to nonexistence, as if they were not real or important enough to be considered miracles. So I was not one of the fortunate ones. I made the decision long ago not to share my personal miracles, dismissing them so that no one else could or would.

As a result, I saw fewer and fewer miracles in my own life, or I failed to recognize them as such. I keep second guessing myself: “Was that a miracle or not?” “Was that an awestruck moment or an imaginative one?”

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

So I am done with that nonsense; I am not going to miss out on those beautiful awe moments and the feelings of witnessing miracles.

A path to joy, fulfillment, abundance, happiness and harmony begins with recognition.

My flip cards now say, “Take a moment to pause, recall, reflect on the miracles in your life, and be grateful for that moment.” No matter how insignificant they appear or the circumstances in my life.

– A peaceful moment in nature;
– Whether it is a stranger’s smile;
– Good, tasty food;
– A glimpse of beauty in the world around me;
– Recognizing, acknowledging, and connecting with my feelings so that I can address them in a healthy and constructive way;
– Recognizing and connecting with the feelings of others;
– Interacting with others with a sense of wonder and appreciation;
– Shifting my focus to recognize the abundance that already exists in my life;
I continue to add to my list.

I welcome and accept my miracles with love, peace, grace, and joy.

I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious, and happy.

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  • Watch out world. Excited to hear what happens now.
    Ps. I’m adding that to my flip cards tooooooo!

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