Are you tired of waiting for something to happen, like a white knight coming out of nowhere and saving a maiden? Here is where taking proper action comes in, even if it temporarily fails: The real miracles happen when we are patient, understanding and tolerant of all circumstances. Without that patience, understanding and tolerance, we are just another set of people waiting for the “A Course In Miracles“. The genuine miracle is when we can consistently work at it genuinely biding our time and then achieve genuinely and repeatedly with patience, understanding and tolerance for all situations, success and failure.
Look, the real success starts off a patient failure who gains experience and understanding of all situations.
Consistent miracle results if you will notice come from repeatable aspects of reality, like electricity always going into a light bulb from a power source and the miracle of light is made, or our cars always starting well when there is gas in the car and a great motor under the hood.
The most sure results come from proper application of concepts, not from any silly “one shot miracle” that comes from nowhere and happens once in a lifetime, like six three point arc shots in a row made and through the net scored in one professional basketball game before the last quarter ends. I am not discounting the value of the concept of miracles, I am only putting the concept into logical perspective. The only way to have a real miracle is not to wait for one, but to create one through applied skill, a good way to do things and realistic thought, action and results that can be quantified, repeated and are consistent with reality. Indeed, the greatest failure in history depends on a “one shot miracle”, while the greatest successes in history develop their skills patiently until the miracle is made and can be repeated.
Creating a consistent winner means the same thing as the kind of miracle I am writing about. It is like the difference between doing and anything else but doing, including big talking until the opportunity to do passes or goes on to someone else to get that success. A real miracle never leaves one empty handed and done. A real miracle leaves one enriched and alive. The miracle we make, can repeat and control, no matter what level we are at is the best. The worst are those miracles that just happen and end up discounted as luck, chance, happenstance and all the other terms that this can be described as and cannot be duplicated or controlled.