A few months ago, I started a new practice: My Daily Miracle.
Each night, before I go to sleep, I review my day and look for a miracle. And the funny thing is, most days I find one!
It doesn’t have to be an earth-shattering miracle. It can be quite mundane. It frequently is! But it is the amazing almost every day I find something totally unexpected happens. A raise I didn’t expect… A woman offering me the last trolley in Tesco… A moment when, rather than snap at my husband, I choose to be kind rather than ‘right’. Suddenly understanding that being ‘right’ is just an illusion anyway!
The unexpected benefit of this practice has been that it has expanded my expectations, my assumptions of what may or may not be possible.
Perhaps the only reason others don’t have daily miracles is simply because they aren’t looking for them. They’re always there…