A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 78

Let a miracle replace your grievance today.

Remember that however you perceive someone else, that’s not the reality of who they are.  However you perceive some action, that doesn’t begin to encompass the total event.

However you react to something that occurs, that IS your reaction, and as such IS under your control.  Your reaction, then, is YOUR responsibility.

If you wish to change your world to a place where miracles happen, you have to allow the possibility that they CAN happen.  That’s the first step.

Clear out all the clutter in your head.

Get the dustbin and dump the junk, then bag it up and take it to the curb.

And if you catch yourself going back to those old ways of thinking, give yourself a good shake.

Once you begin to train your brain to believe that miracles are possible, don’t stop.  Look for miracles everywhere.  They’re out there, if you look.

Yesterday on NPR they had a story about a British war veteran (Captain Tom Moore) who’s 99 years old.  He decided that he was going to raise money for the UK’s National Health System.  And that he would walk 100 miles before his 100th birthday, doing laps in his garden with his walker, to raise that money.

This is a guy who has done his time already.  He served in India and in Burma during World War II.  But he was grateful for all the work that health-care providers did to cure his cancer and heal his broken hip, and he felt he could give back.

With some help from social media, he hoped to raise 1,250 pounds.  He committed to walking 10 laps every day, and so far, he’s on track to get his 100 miles finished before he turns 100.  So far, he’s raised 9 million pounds, crashing the fundraising web server multiple times.  Now that’s a miracle!

What miracles could pour forth if everyone started thinking about ways to express gratitude?

What could possibly happen if each of us found a way to give?

The world CAN change.  We are the ones to change it for the better.

Start today.  Forget your grievances, and get busy on your true mission in life:  Making Miracles!

Face it.  If a 99 year old man using a walker to get around can make a  9 million pound miracle happen, so can you.  

Let’s get busy!

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

LeslieAnne

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