One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
Perfect words as we head into this season of miracles. Just once a day I pledge to see a “non-miracle” as a miracle? Non-miracles include traffic, grumpy colleagues or relatives, too full, too busy, too…whatever.
For me, a way to find the miracle is to take a couple of deep breaths. This helps me to relax in the miracle of my body–where my heart is beating and food digesting even though I am cranky, frustrated, hurried or harried. I also love getting outside to see a tree, or the sun on the clouds. Or the miracle of mirrored balls and candy canes, children (or adults) laughing.
In other words… the miracle of life. As crazy as life can get, there is always a miracle to be found. Go for it!