There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can life as if everything is a miracle.
– Albert Einstein
When an eleven year old’s handmade harp was stolen, the police searched. A CBS TV news story aired. Nothing worked until an odd conversation effected the girl’s mother so much that Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer, a psychoanalyst and UC-Berkeley professor, wrote Extraordinary Knowing. The book shares stories of people who knew things they shouldn’t have and scientific support for paranormal phenomena like telepathy, clairvoyance and the power of prayer. See “6 Stories To Make You Believe in Miracles.”
Have you experienced unusual, improbable events that helped, a/k/a miracles? What if you can make your own?
Deepak Chopra’s The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success opened me to the idea that intentions create destiny. Napoleon Hill proposed the same in Think and Grow Rich and Louise Hay in Heal Your Body. Nine hundred years ago, Rumi said, “Live as though life is rigged in your favor.” [Here are five more of Arianna Huffington’s favorite quotes from Thrive. I really like the Cherokee grandfather story.]
What if expectations can shape fate? Jim Rohn said, “A piece of the miracle process has been reserved for each of us.” If so, how can we claim our pieces? See:
Blessings & best wishes!
Sunday, May 9, 2021
According to MountainTrek.com, the word ‘mother’ can be a verb [‘to mother’]. So, Mother’s Day can also be a time to remember to nurture and nourish ourselves. First, through playfulness. Here are more tips.
Clean Your Room Day
Monday, May 10, 2021
Here’s another way to do some self mothering, and here are 13 Bedroom Cleaning Hacks, beginning starting at the top of the room.
Ever wonder how rainbows happen? Why rainbows are curved? What’s at the end of rainbows?
Here are the answers.
Shop “Rose Bouquet,” this week’s Featured Art .