Minor miracles are happening around us on a daily basis if we will just see it and not pooh-pooh them as something else. Here’s a quick example from today….

I am quite convinced that the ideas of Karma can be applied to every aspect of life and today was one of those days where it decided to spit in my eye and make sure I knew it was there.

Sounds a bit personal, don’t it… Hmmm

I’m sitting up in Los Feliz at PsychoBabble getting ready to do another pickup and the last run just struck me as funny in that most would say “it’s just a coincidence” but that is why most people don’t see little miracles in there lives every day. They write them off as something else.

What was this lovely example of the universe showing itself? I have a regular client that I pickup and take from her home to assorted Doctor’s appointments and then back to her home in my towncar. The last time I picked her up, a couple of weeks ago, we went to this office in Beverly Hills where it is nearly impossible to find a parking space. I managed to find an excellent space after a while and was just settling in to read or work on my laptop when my client called and was already finished.

We giggled about the fact that I had just managed to fine this excellent space when they were ready to go. No chance to enjoy it. That was that…. Not real impressive unto itself….

Today, I pick her up and we go back to the same office and just as we are pulling up to the building, my exact space opens, so I get to park in it again. If this isn’t cool enough, the meter is broken, so I don’t have to pay for the privilege.

It’s not the raising of Lazarus, but if you are willing to see the little ones, you open your frame of reference to seeing larger and larger miracles everyday.

Gotta run… Need to take someone to the airport….
Back to my OH SO FABULOUS LIFE! ;-)

Written by R. A. Burgener

After finishing the 850 mile trek of self-rediscovery on California's El Camino Real from San Diego to Sonoma, California, Robert continued, via Greyhound, to Portland, Oregon, where he is becoming familiar with the concepts of weather and seasons after 30 years in Los Angeles.

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