Define, “Miraculous Everyday.”
When I began this blog, my goal was to point out that miracles exist in regular life. They happen to normal people, & they can appear in the seemingly mundane day-to-day. Miracles are normal.
So far, I’ve highlighted miracles and miraculous things, but I haven’t given any practical information explaining how one could find a miracle in their own life.
Technically speaking, a miracle is…
mir • a • cle
A surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws and is therefore considered to be the work of a divine agency.Oxford Dictionary
However, I think that sometimes even things that are explicable by nature and science can be considered miraculous. In fact, I think miracles can be extremely simple.
A miracle to me is something, whether big or small, that impacts life in a big way. Of course, someone recovering from a life-threatening illness is definitely a miracle! However, I also think a lot of, “coincidences,” are actually miracles in disguise.
I asked a few people what made something miraculous in their opinion, here’s what they said:
What Makes Something Miraculous?
Something that I’ve counted as a miracle in my life recently is the amount of technology we have access to at this point in time.
If this pandemic would have occurred 20 years ago we wouldn’t be able to have video calls with our loved ones. If it would have occurred 100 years ago, we wouldn’t be able to call them at all!
Isolation isn’t really isolation with the amount of communicative technology we have, and the fact that we have access to those resources is miraculous to me!
I am learning that every single person is super complex and that I will never fully understand how their mind understands things, or how their heart feels things. Everyone is SO different. I think that’s so beautiful, it means there is really no end to the amount of things we can learn about someone.
I did an, “experiment,” to highlight just how differently people see the world. Here it is:
The responses in this video kind of blew my mind, it was so cool to see how everyone’s picture examples of a miracle varied so greatly.
Everyone has such different ways of thinking and understanding the world, which causes differences in beliefs and opinions, but everyone can still recognize miracles in their life. They just may see them differently than the next person.
The cool thing is that these differences unite us into one awesome, broad, colorful spectrum that is humanity. Now that’s miraculous.
Until next time,