Some folks believe in destiny. Some folks believe in fate. Some folks believe in God. I believe in miracles; not like some supernatural event, but simply things that occur in my life to help me achieve my dreams – things I cannot explain in logical, rational terms.
Question: Why can’t miracles be explained?
Answer: Miracles are too easy to explain – they are a manifestation above logical reasoning.
I believe that miracles are always occurring in my life, helping me to accomplish my aspirations. Oftentimes, I don’t notice the miracle because I’m too busy looking at something else. I also believe that without these miracles (these unexplainable coincidences and happenstances), many of my dreams would be impossible to accomplish.
Question: Where do you believe these miracles come from?
Answer: I believe they come from my subconscious mind. I believe my “deep level thinking” has access to the interactive forces that create this ever-expanding universe, and I believe that when I align my conscious and subconscious mind – so they both agree on the same thing – then I have the interactive forces of the entire universe working for me.
Oh, by the way, the main reason that I believe in miracles is that I’m convinced that each and every one of us is a miracle – and that’s too easy to explain.