February’s Theme: Miracles of Love
Twelve Conditions of a Miracle, Part 3
The Miracle Worker’s Handbook
with Rev. Karen Wolfson
Imagination is more important than knowledge
which is limited to all we now know and understand,
while imagination embraces the entire world,
and all there ever will be to know and understand.
ACT AS IF
If you don’t know how to do a particular thing – then,
act the way you would if you did know!
The miracle story of Jesus feeding a multitude
with just a few “loaves and fishes” is the
only one that is told in all four gospels,
as though through this repetition,
the emphatic message for us to really “get”
is that we, too, can be “miracle workers.”
This story reveals twelve precise, practical, and attainable
“conditions of a miracle,” things we can do to
position ourselves to experience miracles every day.