In a world where turmoil and disaster appear daily in the news, we would be forgiven for thinking our beautiful world has reached a point of no return. In fact, there is a silent revolution turning a tidal wave of chaos into an ocean of miracles.
Ordinary people are reaching out and connecting to each other in numbers never before seen. Those who work towards freedom and liberation of all humanity are quietly transforming the world. One person’s random act of kindness becomes another person’s miracle.
Miraculous moments rarely arrive in a fanfare of trumpets or with a spectacular triple arched rainbow announcing their arrival. Indeed, most miracles happen somewhere between a heartbeat and a blink of an eye. Unless we to stop and honour the sacred moment, they can all too quickly be lost.
The Little Book of Everyday Miracles opens our eyes to life’s magical moments. It reminds us to dream, pray, marvel and wonder. Everyday miracles are moments of grace that soften our world and touch the sweet innocence of the child within us all. Through stories of serendipity, synchronicity, coincidence and chance this beautiful book touches and irrevocably opens our hearts and releases wave after wave of gratitude and joy. The more we experience gratefulness the more open we are to receiving miracles in our lives.
In the words of Albert Einstein, “There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle.” I know which way I choose. What about you?