'Miracles' Chapter


What distinguishes miracles from psychic abilities, or magickal practices, is the dependency of miracles on divine agency or order. Saints, tzadek, prophets, gurus, buddhas, avatars are some people thought to be more involved in miracles and miracle working. Some form of miracle making person has been involved in almost every culture, if not every one.

In my experience, there are patterns in the world that have their origin in events that occurred before the rise of the human domain. Somehow talk to all the shades and meanings of the universe, seen and unseen. Other life forms set up a rhythm that we were born into, and these still affect us. In my experience, miracles aren’t favoritism. They aren’t personal favors at all. I have seen nothing to make me believe that anyone is especially favoured. This wisdom is available to everyone who listens.

“Miracles are a retelling in small letters of the very same story which is written across the whole world in letters too large for some of us to see.” C.S. Lewis (British Scholar and Novelist. 1898-1963)

“I think miracles exist in part as gifts and in part as clues that there is something beyond the flat world we see.” Peggy Noonan (American Journalist, Author and Political analyst, b.1950)

Transcendent of Human Understanding

What are miracles? My first thought on that was about other people calling it a miracle, that thing that is not supposed to happen, out of the ordinary, and divinely stimulated or brought into being. My real feeling about this… Seek More

Seeing Miracles

There is a concept. It’s called Little’s Law. It is an assessment of life experience as compared to the events we would consider personally powerful and significant. I will have to paraphrase to summarize. Working with the criteria of miracles… Seek More

Miracles Arise from the Spaces

Without having the traditional notion of a deity or god (that the more traditional definition of miracle uses), is there a causative agent of a miracle? I would say always, because everything is coincidence. Everything coincides and follows a metaphor.… Seek More

Patterns in the World

For me, god is life. I have not experienced a single sovereign god. I experience multiple gods, though I don’t like the term god. It’s too hierarchical. e ulu e ulu, kini o ke akua. kini = innumerable number of… Seek More