Amazing miracles, and the manifestation of everyday miracles

JoshuaClayton By JoshuaClayton, 11th Sep 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Miracles desired, miracles wanted, miracles needed. But the greatest miracle of all is getting what we want at the exact time that we need it. This article is not so much about amazing miracles, but those everyday miracles that happen that way, where we get what we genuinely want at the exact time we want it.

The core of changing water into wine and what matters when it matters

When we get what we want exactly when we want it, that is the ultimate miracle. I do not care about what is said about changing or turning water into wine. When things go exactly right, that is the water into wine in my reality, that is the miracle. Nothing else is better, and nothing else matters.

Do you ever have those days where everything goes wrong, and the devil is in the unwanted details? Well, I can put it this way: God is on the other side of those realities teaching you how to get it right through all those wrong things and the devilish details. Since God is everything, God speaks through reality, and nothing else really. I once read the book "God Speaks" by Meher Baba. Basically all evil and destruction is transitional lessons that are taught until it is gotten right. What I mean by the word right is when natural good is embraced instead of fear, evil and what is unnatural. That includes greed also. All that is bad is the opposite of miracles anyhow. The miracle is the reality, destruction and impatience is the fantasy. All miracles depend on the cheerful embracing of reality first of all. It starts there. It does not start with anything overt or obvious, but it starts at the feeling and being level and ends in the world we create for ourselves.

It is life, and we have got to play the game to gain anything.

I once read and heard the saying that "the only way to achieve and get real spiritual solace is to refuse to play the game totally", and that meant the game of life. Spiritual solace in the here and now frees you from the need to deal with anything, but also "frees" you from the joys of the same dealing with things successfully. In short, it is play and pay, or be, do and have nothing at all. To have a good life, we must play the game for maximum profit. I did not say greed, but I did say maximum profit. Without maximizing profit, potential and reality with all of its good and bad, we will have spiritual solace all right. We will have nothing gained, nothing to show, and wasted time. Without playing, we cannot learn anything.

Some psychologists say that avoidance and fear is the ultimate neurosis. Well, that is true, real and honest because life means good things only to those who embrace the bitter with the sweet with patience, understanding and tolerance. That is life and we have got to play the game.

So, here is the "gray area" in my thinking: Nothing gained, nothing lost. Risk is potential power or "try again reality". Within that one sentence is the secret of a real life. Not phony avoidance which tries to keep up with the apparent or perceived. Loss is a perceived condition. Gain is the genuine reality. It takes work to avoid and lose, but when all is said and done in winning, it feels like the most natural thing in existence. I will even end with: It feels like a miracle.


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author avatar JoshuaClayton
I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California, USA. I used to write under a few aliases, but now I have nothing to hide and write mostly under my own name. I write mostly on self-help topics.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
11th Sep 2015 (#)

Awesome post Joshua!

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
11th Sep 2015 (#)

A miracle is ahead for me soon!

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author avatar brendamarie
11th Sep 2015 (#)

great article, I love reading your work.

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author avatar writestuff
17th Sep 2015 (#)

Good read. Positive and inspiring read.

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