Do You Believe in Miracles?


A miracle is simply a shift in perception from thoughts of fear to thoughts of love. Many of us lost track of this simplicity because we fell for fear instead. When our thoughts are focused on fear we block miracles. Fear becomes the norm and we deny the potential for peace and love. Even in the darkest situations I ask for a miracle and I’m relieved of my fear, only to return to love.

Believing in miracles requires faith. If we don’t believe in miracles we won’t experience them. When our focus is on lack, fear, anger and attack then lack, fear, anger and attack will be our life’s experience. But when our focus shifts to peace a miracle can occur. Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love. The moment we shift our perception from fear to love we experience a miracle. It’s as simple as that.

Believe in Miracles

The miracle recalled in the Talmud speaks of a cruse of oil that burned for eight days instead of one. It is the miracle of human courage that empowers us to take risks for the future even in our imperfect, uncertain world. It is the courage, even in the darkest of times, to create our own light.

In the Bible, Daniel’s friends also trusted in the miraculous power of God, no matter what the outcome was.

“If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to save us from it, and he will rescue us from your hand, O king. But even if he does not, we want you to know, O king, that we will not serve your gods or worship the image of gold you have set up.” (Daniel 3:17-18)

It is a power that is beyond man, what we call "supernatural" power; power that man cannot rival, accomplishing things that man cannot do.

“You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the peoples.” (Psalm 77:14).

“The Lord brings death and makes alive; he brings down to the grave and raises up.” (1 Samuel 2:6).

Miracles do happen every day around us. I see pure kindness, compassion and acceptance extend from one person to another. There are angels that walk among us – making small and big acts of kindness towards all humanity, making this world a better place.

“I am realistic – I expect miracles” ~ Wayen Dyer

When we take the time to look up, breath in and take in what is around us, we might be surprised at the opportunities that exist to make a difference, no matter how small in the world we live in. Perhaps it is offering a supportive sentiment to a teammate, holding the door for a stranger, lending an authentic and compassionate smile to the classmate you pass on the street but have never met.  Maybe it is offering to help someone carry a heavy load. Perhaps it is simply speaking to someone you may have once thought was beneath you, with the understanding that we are equals, we are all but one. If you look up and don’t see any angels walking around, take it upon yourself to be that angel – don't be afraid to glow in the dark. Be the Miracle for someone else and you might be surprised what other Miracles may be offered to you.

So, there is only one question…Do you believe in Miracles?

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Our designs are rooted in acceptance and positivity. We are accepting each other and expressing ourselves.

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Brittany Scott said:

So beautifully written! I admire what wearBU is trying to do and loved your thoughts!

Avital said:

Inspiring post and beautiful shirt💕

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