This is the time of year when people often speak of miracles and that is lovely, wonderful and I suppose necessary. We seem to have a hard time wrapping our minds around every day miracles. I guess it's like when we lose someone we love and we vow to treat everyone still with us better. We promise ourselves to appreciate them - and ourselves - fully. We are so sure we will spend more time, take more care, offer more support.
Eventually we fall back into daily routines - and that's OK. After my sister died I tried to keep up a level of involvement that nearly wore me out. To some degree I think I still do. Maybe that's why I am so exhausted. I don't have the head for self analysis right now.
Plus I'd really rather analyze everyone else - hehehehehehehe
I take comfort in knowing there are people who are every day miracles. There is something in them, around them that flows out and touches the world. And they are the truly powerful people in the world.
One of these people is my friend Maithri.
He made a video for Christmas. For the things he cares about. For the light he carries with him.
For Peace. For Love. For Change.
For Every Day Miracles.
Take a look - give yourself these 5 minutes.
There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle. - Albert Einstein