Sometimes people look for some kind of miracle when their life is in a fix. Other times, people may pray for a miracle when a loved one is seriously ill or when they face a life threatening challenge. A miracle is usually defined as some unlikely or unexpected occurrence, or something that just seems so incredible. In reality, everything around us is a miracle if only we can learn to see and recognize these miracles. By living your life as if everything is a miracle, every moment becomes something to savor and live in awe of. You naturally get to feel great appreciation and gratitude for your life, knowing that you are blessed with such miracles all around.
How to Appreciate Small Miracles
- Notice the good things in your life that you already have
- Live your life as if everything is a miracle.
This makes every moment becomes something to savor and live in awe of. You naturally get to feel great appreciation and gratitude for your life, knowing that you are blessed with such miracles all around.
Doing for others, even small things, allows you to notice how much of miracle you are for them.
- Pray to see all the good in your life and how much of a miracle it truly is
Be a Miracle Detective
Miracle detectives notice and pay attention to the things that we all normally pass by every day. They notice and pay attention to sounds. The words. The breaths. The worries. The fears. The cricket in the backyard. The sound of the heater kicking on. The shuffle of your own feet crossing the ground of the earth below you.
Miracle detectives focus and are aware of all the magical feelings that stir inside of us. The way the coffee slips down warming us from the inside. Pain. Heartbreak. Love. Joy. Silliness.
Miracle detectives are in tune with what they see, too. They see people’s eyes. They see people’s gifts. They see people’s needs. They see people’s fears. They see people’s joy.
Miracle detectives manifest gratitude. They are thankful for that pile of laundry because it means a family to care for.
Miracle detectives are thankful for those leftovers because it means we’re not hungry. They are grateful for the noise of laugher and screaming because it reminds us that the house is full of energy and love.
Once you start seeing all of these miracles around you, it’s time to go inward. It’s time to start seeing the miracles within yourself, too. You will notice how you are enough. How you love. How you make magic happen, too. The way you heal wounds. And lift up those around you. And how your creative energy expands all around you. You will then realize that you are the biggest miracle of it all.