Last night, my daughter was convinced that her homework was too hard and she would not be able to finish on time. I sat by her and reminded her that she’s great and could do it. Although I tried to instill her with some confidence, she was adamant, it was too difficult.
This morning she woke up with a smile and stated that it was a miracle that she was able to do her homework in such a short time.
Her statement made me reflect. Sometimes, we don’t realize that we can bring our miracles to life. We can also keep them from happening.
Other days, we are waiting for big events to happen in our lives to be fulfilled, and we miss the tiny miracles that are constantly occurring.
Like I emboldened my daughter, you can also be the reason miracles happen for others.
Helping a friend in difficulty could be the miracle. An empowering word could be what that stranger desperately needed.
Taking the time to talk to someone, being a child mentor, visiting an elderly could be their longing answers.
There are a million ways we could bring a miracle to life. We have within us what it takes to make great things happen. Being confident, prepared, and dedicated are the miracles that open the doors for endless possibilities.
Be good, be compassionate, be determined, and Be the miracle for yourself and others.
I agree that we can be the creator of miracles for others! We also need to appreciate the little miracles we experience on a daily basis!
Well said, Lori!
What a great post! Being self-aware, compassionate and appreciative can change things for ourselves and those around us. Love this!
It is true, Morgan, thank you!
I try my best to be appreciative of the blessings I receive everyday. When I get overwhelmed and wanting to cry out of sheer exhaustion, I just lift up everything to God. Finding relief from life’s daily struggles is a miracle in itself. I do spread and share the blessings I receive. Who knows that just a simple smile you give an elderly person, a little child or a stranger can make them feel loved.
This is awesome, Eileen, thanks for sharing.
This is a great post, it’s really important to make sure we are compassionate to others and that if we remain positive then we can make an impact on ours and others.
I agree, Jenn, it is so important.
In most cases, we won’t notice that we were the miracle already. Well, being sensitive to the needs of others can be the key. Just continue on helping everyone you can and blessings will flow.
So true, Michael, le’s continue to do that.
This is so true, I had never thought about it like that! Miracles are all around us every day and we rarely notice them! I will definitely be making more of an effort to see and make those miracles come to life!
Let’s do that, Jess!
I love this so much. I always try my best to lift my friends and family up. I just had the same experience with my daughter and her homework last night. I told her that she will be able to master algebra in no time.
I am sure, she did, Cyndi!
There are so many amazing miracles going on all the time around us. We just need to have the eyes to see them, and have the understanding to recognize them. Beautiful pictures as well. Love this.
Thank you, David!
It’s amazing that such a small amount of encouragement and supportive words could make such an impact. It just proves how much every single interaction we have with others can make a difference!
Absolutely, Stephanie, each of us has the ability to uplift someone else and makes them believe in miracle again.
This is so true, Miracles are everywhere and all you have to do is keep the faith and be yourself! Keep your hopes high because miracle happens every day! Love your post!
Beautifully said, Maysz!
People can also be miracles to us. My children have been able to brighten up my day and make my life worth it when I felt like I wasn’t.
Same for me, Jeannette!
We are all miracles because we were born. Relationships are a complex matter, but we are responsible for our own thoughts and actions and are therefore creators.
So true, Arunas!
Thank you for such uplifting words. True our kindness and help sometimes can work like a miracle in someone’s life. That’s why , keep the magic alive.
Thank you, Arun!