I sometimes think about writing a book. One of the books I’d like to write is a compilation of short stories about all the extraordinary moments that have happened to me during this lifetime. For many people, these extraordinary events might be overlooked or brushed off as coincidences or, at a stretch, they might be considered synchronistic events, meaning the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection.
For my birthday, my daughter gave me some Crazy Love Notes – it is a colourful set of cards with Naïve Art drawings to support the messages. I was picking a card each day for fun. I liked all the messages and simple drawings, always giving me something to ponder on. Then one day I drew a card titled “Gossip Dims Your Glow.” The message on the back of the card reads:
Speaking poorly about others tarnishes your energy and your reputation. So avoid bonding over complaints and feeling superior. Instead, raise your vibration by engaging in positive communication. Celebrate what does work and who is awesome. The more you do this, the more radiant you will become.
Do you notice the Magic of God moments when they are happening? Or perhaps you have a measurement of how big something has to be before it qualifies as the Magic of God?
I used to feel that to call something the Magic of God, meant that it had to be BIG – like one of those stories you read about in the newspaper where a stranger finds superhuman strength and lifts a car off of an injured person following an accident.
Gayle Cue loves writing about life, reflecting on every day miracles and pondering on the big picture.
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