A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 77

You are entitled to miracles.

You were born as a miracle.

You are here on the planet to make miracles happen around you.

In “The Greatest Miracle in the World” (by Og Mandino) we’re asked “Why have you valued yourself in pennies, when you are worth a king’s ransom?”

You are truly unique, from your fingerprints to your eye color and everything in between.

You are made from a unique combination of your parents’ genes, and you are intended to not just be a miracle, but to do miracles.

Jesus told his disciples “If you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you can move mountains.”

 I’m a gardener, and I know how small a mustard seed is. One would fit on the dot of this letter “i”.  That ain’t much!

When we’re babies, we have to believe that our needs and wants will be taken care of, but as we grow up, we lose that trust.

We’re told not to trust, taught not to trust, treated in ways that wear away that natural trust.

So we have to work at building that faith, that belief, that trust that the Divine will care for our needs back up into that tiny mustard seed. 

It’s not an easy thing, unfortunately.  But it IS necessary for peace of mind, and if we want the world around us to change.  First we have to change ourselves.  First we have to change our thoughts, and our expectations.

First, we have to allow ourselves to believe in miracles.

Twice today, more if you can, remind yourself that you embody a miracle.  And if you ARE a miracle, you can make other miracles happen.  Embrace your innate power, and prepare to fly!

And have a blessed day!

Photo by 258817 , courtesy of Pixabay
With Grace and Gratitude, 


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