Is Your Life a Miracle?

“There are two ways to live your life.  One is as though nothing is a miracle.  The other is as though everything is a miracle.”  — Albert Einstein

One of the most brilliant minds of all times clarified the choice we all must make, every moment we are awake and conscious.  This simple philosophy condenses millions of words, thoughts and ideas about the human condition into one question:  “How am I going to react to this?”

It is almost like a door that is always open before us.  We stand before the door questioning ourselves, our value and our purpose.  But we are still drawn inexplicably to what lies on the other side.  We cling to our physical sensations, memories of the past controlling our decisions today.  And still we are called to step through…

What lies on the other side of the door?  A spiritual connection to God. A sense of oneness with the Universe.  A joyful experience of ourselves as spiritual beings living in a physical world.  The knowledge that everything is a miracle.

So what are you going to chose today?  To see life as nothing, or everything?

2 thoughts on “Is Your Life a Miracle?

  1. I really like your point — goes along with something I have been thinking about this week. The choice is ours. Will we choose to see the positive or the negative? How do we choose to interpret our world? Except you put it so much more eloquently!

    Off topic, but my favorite Einstein quote: Imagination is more important than knowledge.


    • I so agree. My other favorite quote is: “Where your talents meet the needs of the Universe, that is where God wants you to be.” Can’t remember who said that, but it makes so much sense, doesn’t it? I can’t do what you do easily, and the same is true for you. We fall into the trap of the comparison game and always end up a paper winner or a sore loser.

      Have a blessed and joyous Easter!


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