Once in a while what you consider a “miracle”,
Whaaaat?? You say…I’ve been waiting for you
forEVER and now, when I don’t expect it, you’re
here–out of nowhere you come, and I didn’t have
to do a thing.
So who’s in charge of disbursement and timing in
the miracle, or for that matter, any department in
They seem to come, if they come at all, lollygagging,
strolling, into my life, like they didn’t have a care in
the world, and here I am desperate for even a small
miracle, like some Scrooge up in heaven is stockpiling
them for an emergency, or something, and when he’s
in a good mood, sends one off, to my address.
A miracle is only not expecting “too much” from where
you stand and then getting that “too much” (oh, I’m not
deserving of all that! I wasn’t really expecting to get
what I’m aiming at, I just figured If I aimed high &
wherever I fell, would be better than aiming too low
to start with, and then maybe falling short on top of that.)
So there are really no miracles for those that think high &
positive and expect to get what they’re aiming at and when
it comes, more often than not, they say, of course, I knew it
was on its way and here it is (Amazon said it is so)–no
miracle–I accept an on-time delivery. End of story.
But for the rest of us most of the time, everything is a miracle
we’re so negatively expecting disaster all the time with our
worry-mindset and all.
Miracles are common. Even for the commoner who thinks
everyday, “regular” thoughts. So you might as well prepare
for them–even if you don’t have any idea what they’re going
to look like when they get here.