Be the Miracle: 50 Lessons for Making the Impossible
We all pass miracle workers every day. They’re disguised as teachers, cab drivers, hairdressers, nurses, secretaries, neighbors and the like. Be the Miracle is a collection of stories and essays to inspire people to be the miracle right here, right now.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the problems in the world. We often hear, “Why doesn’t someone do something about this?” Or say, “It’ll take a miracle to fix that.”
We want someone else to act, but miracles aren’t just what others do. They’re what each of us can do. They’re what happen when you decide to Start where you are. Get busy on the possible. Magnify the Good. Carry as you climb.
I hope you continue to enjoy my first book, New York Times bestseller God Never Blinks: 50 Lessons for Life's Little Detours. It’s now in paperback and in 20 countries. You can also find me on Twitter and Facebook.
Thanks for all your support, and wherever you go, be the miracle.
September 9th, 2014 by Regina Brett
It was 90 degrees and humid outside so I decided to take my grandson to visit my mom and take them both to Dairy Queen for a treat to cool off.
My mom lives in an apartment in a locked Alzheimer’s unit. The disease sometimes brings out the child in her. She seems to be aging backwards and finding great joy in small pleasures like never before.
We got cones at the DQ and sat in a booth. As I watched them eat, it hit me that they are the bookends of life. Asher, who is 5, just started kindergarten and the world is opening up. The world is closing for my Mom, who just turned 84 and is...