Friday 22 December 2023





Don't think, don't obsess and don't wonder. Just breathe and have faith. That's the only requirement for a miracle. Being so busy in our daily routines, we often forget to be grateful for all the small miracles that are planted everyday of our lives.

 Still, there are other miracles that we tend to forget: The sun rises and sets each day; small seeds grow into mighty trees; the many components of our body work together, enabling us to breathe, run, dream, and eat.

 If you live in awareness, it is easy to see miracles everywhere. The universe is big, it is vast, complicated, and yet simple. Sometimes, very rarely, impossible things just happen and we call them miracles.

 A true miracle would, by definition, be a non-natural phenomenon, leading many writers to dismiss miracles as physically impossible (that is, requiring violation of established laws of physics within their domain of validity) or impossible to confirm by their nature (because all possible physical mechanisms can never ...


 Miracle plays were a popular form of medieval English drama. These plays depicted religious stories and events, particularly biblical narratives and the lives of saints. They were performed during the Middle Ages to educate and entertain the largely illiterate population.

 A miracle play presents a real or fictitious account of the life, miracles, or martyrdom of a saint. The genre evolved from liturgical offices developed during the 10th and 11th centuries to enhance calendar festivals.


In the story the cherry tree by Ruskin Bond has a place for miracle.  At the end of the story, Rakesh wondered what it felt to be God. He was amazed by how a small seed, he had planted had grown into a beautiful tree that provided fruits, shade and shelter to everyone. He considered it as a miracle that he had performed and was happy that his efforts had been fulfilled.


''Miracles'' is a poem by Walt Whitman published in the 1856 edition of his book of poetry, Leaves of Grass. In the ''Miracles'' poem, Whitman discusses the many miracles he experiences every day. It was originally published under the name ''Poem of Perfect Miracles.''

The theme of the poem is to look around and notice all that is miraculous in the world. Whitman wants his readers to see all that there is to see.

Many miracles are discussed in the poem. Some of these are talking with people he loves and looking at strangers in a car. Others are honeybees, animals feeding, birds, and every hour of day and night.

''Miracles'' is a poem about noticing all that is around and recognizing the miraculous in it. Whitman's poem is about seizing the moment and recognizing all of the big and small miracles that many people often overlook. These could be the stars in the sky or a meal with loved ones.

 Thus, miracles happen, we need to notice it for which we need to enjoy every moment.

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