I have miracles happen every day. It depends how you look at things in life. Praying as I walk to the fridge that there's at least 3 eggs there for a recipe and....there they sit waiting for me. I always say, "thanks". Many times serious injury has been avoided, accidents in vehicles narrowly escaped, and those odd changes in actions that avoid trouble. I always say "thanks". But when my daughter was seriously injured in a fall from a tree and lay dying in the hospital, I was too much in shock to pray. Hours later when a last ditch effort of surgery which was considered a death warrant was successful and she survived, I knew I had received another miracle because God was with me during my hours of shock and pain. <br />
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We have miracles happen every day, we just don't recognize them as same.

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I was having a Traditional Latin Mass in my home and many of our guests had travelled considerable distances to get there. We planned to provide a meal for all, only many more people came unexpectedly and we did not have enough food for everyone. Still, I cooked and served what we had. Not only did everyone have enough to eat, but many had seconds as well! I never quite figured that one out, but I think it might well have been a miracle.

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yes and it was definately a miracle not a coincidence. God lets you KNOW, trust me on that.

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Yes. Someone very dear to me passed away unexpectedly, and I was so shaken, so lost... but I wanted so much to DO something, and didn't know what, and then it came to me that I would write a poem to honour their memory. It would be, as much of my writing has been in my life, a catharsis, I knew. So, I sat in the kitchen at the table, and just cried, and cried, because for the first time in my life I can remember, I actually couldn't find the words to write. I knew I was just so upset and that was causing me to be unable to think clearly enough to write anything, but I was so angry at him for "taking" this person from me and then I was angry it seemed he'd "taken" my ability to write, which I'd had nearly all my life, and as I cried, I begged him to help me, because I just had to write something for this dear person who was no longer there. And then as I sat there with my head on my arms on the table, with the pen still in my hand, and lying on the paper, I started to write something, but I didn't know really what it was. Words and thoughts, and pictures came pouring into my mind, and I sat up straight, and just started sort of taking dictation ... And when I was done with the original poem, I realised it would have to be revised, because I had, indeed penned it as it came into my head, and as I was scribbling it all down in cursive... I had been transposing (which is switching) letters and whole words around while I was getting this "message" from somewhere. I read the poem at their ceremony, where everyone came and spoke on what they remembered so fondly of this person. I cried and missed them so much, but I was grateful I had the poem to share. I didn't think I would ever stop crying. It's the only time I ever shared that poem publicly.

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nope, never even came close

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sorta

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how?

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pretty darn close!

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really what happened?

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Once. Could have been coincidence. But it felt like a miracle.

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could I hear the story please?

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My friend's 13 year old son got hit by a car on Hallowe'en, he was really badly injured. He was in a coma for more than 6 weeks. Christmas was only about 10 days away and he was n't showing any signs of coming out of it. My friend had 5 other children and Christmas was looking like it was going to be pretty awful for the whold family. I got really upset, and said a rather angry prayer and said that *He* was asleep at the wheel and I thought that this family deserved to have him home for Christmas. Less than 24 hours later he was awake and talking. A bit muddle headed, but not so much that he didn't ask about his Hallowe'en candy. He didn't realize that it was nearly Christmas. He was home for Christmas. Took a year or more of PT, but he did get all better. He now has a couple of kids and is doing well. That was over 20 years ago.

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wow awesome

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It was nice. Was it an answered prayer? Or a coincidence? He was in the best kid's hospital in our province, (maybe in the country). He did have some great doctors. But, whatever it was, it was great to have him home.

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Naw.

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