Last night, my daughter was convinced that her homework was too hard and she would not be able to finish it on time. I sat by her and reminded her that she was great and could do it. Although I tried to instill her with some confidence, she was adamant, that 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.
On 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 a miracle. An empowering word could be what that stranger desperately needed.
Taking the time to talk to someone, being a child mentor, or visiting an elderly could be their longing for 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 to endless possibilities.
Be good, be compassionate, be determined, and Be the miracle for yourself and others.