Miracles are natural, normal daily occurrences for those with the eyes to see.
‘If miracles had chemical equations then everyone would believe.”
― Cecelia Ahern
Let me start by announcing that 24 winners have been chosen for the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge. As I’ve said countless times, everyone who entered automatically won because by simply creating a new vision for yourself, you’ve started the ball rolling for that reality’s manifestation. So congratulations to all!
An official announcement will be made tomorrow.
For today, I want to share a miracle story, one of many discussed in yesterday’s power posse. We had so much fun talking about these so-called miracles that we decided two things:
1.A miracle is only labeled a miracle until science decides to put its stamp on it, decides to call it “doable.” Who’d have thought 200 years ago we could flip a switch and create light or talk with a human being on the other side of the planet?
2. We decided that miracles are NOT anomalies and we look forward to the day when people discuss their latest miracles the way we discuss the weather.
I, for one, am committed to being that crazy person who believes in magic and mystery and things without logical explanations.
When Robbin was a young girl, she had a pet named Missy Mouse. As Rhonda pointed out, one man’s vermin is another man’s pet. Anyway, the wheel in Missy’s cage squeaked so Robbin’s mom, not a fan of squeaky wheels, insisted she leave the cage on the back porch. One day, when the temperature dropped below freezing, young Robbin went out to find Missy in full-blown rigor mortis, her tiny mouse legs stiff and sticking straight up in the air.
Robbin, of course, knew the Bible stories, and decided to bring Missy back to life.
Her embarrassed mother tried to explain that Missy had gotten too cold and had frozen to death.
“Well that’s okay,” Robbin said, “We can put her in the oven.”
Her mom, trying desperately to think of the best explanation for her faith-filled daughter, finally agreed to hang the cage up by a heating vent.
Robbin, in the way only a small child can believe, prayed for Missy’s future. They both went on with their day.
And within a couple hours, “Squeak, squeak.”
Missy Mouse was not only alive, but she was running once again in her squeaky hamster wheel.
Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the recently-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.