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Hi Genevieve,
I am not a religious person and probably be caught somewhere in between in term of beliefs. Let me just share what I think. As we walk our path and as time passes by and we experience and face different situations in life we transform ourselves from the older us, from the ego-driven insecure self where we need and have to explain everything, into a more sharing and understanding person of the people and the energy that surround us. And this energy then flows naturally enabling a better balance around us, and better balance with the ones around us through words—sometimes less words needed?

Reading your article made me think about what are my everyday miracles. I believe we all have them one way or another, it is just a matter of bringing them to light, to our hearts and mind so the others can benefit too. Thanks for your article.


Carolina Pocupez
Brossard, QC, Canada
Monday, September 5, 2016
Editor Response
Thanks for your thoughts and illustration Carolina. I pray that you as you evolve you realize the source of this love within you: the almighty God of the heavens and of the earth, the same God who created you. It's not about being religious—for certainly I am not—it's about creating an everlasting relationship with the God who created us to be on this earth to share and spread his unconditional love. God bless you!
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I really enjoyed this personal reflection and can relate to it on many levels. There is a lot of inspiration in your message. Thank you for sharing this everyday miracle!

Teri Conrad
Norfork, AR
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Editor Response
You are so welcome, Teri. Thanks for your feedback. All the best to you my friend.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Giving up control and giving it to God. Let it go. That is a huge lesson, a difficult one to learn. I am still learning that one. It feels wonderful when letting it go to God. Doing it takes me many calming breaths. It all works in the end.

Thank you for the reminder that I'm not the only one struggling with this lesson. Oh, you raise your vibration when you choose to let it go to God, not lower. Maybe you were thinking or feeling heart rate, lol. Have fun out there and be safe.

Spurz
Reno, NV
Monday, February 22, 2016
Editor Response
Spurz,
Thanks for your thoughtful feedback. Yes, I was referencing the earthly vibration of the situation, i.e. tenseness of the situation. But you are right. From a spiritual standpoint, when we do surrender and give up control to God, our vibration rises on a spiritual level. Thanks for pointing that out.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Genevieve, as always, great article.
A few years ago while going through a divorce, the death of my parents, etc. etc. I started getting serious about waking up each day and thanking the Lord for what I had and not what I was missing. I realized that the power of a small prayer of thanks every day had an enormous affect on my attitude and how I accepted and dealt with everyday issues. I have come to believe that we are where we are because that is where we are supposed to be at that moment. The power is believing that He will guide us and that He will only allow us to carry what we can carry. We just need to have faith.

I printed out a pix that was posted recently and the saying is "Let your angels guide you for they know the way." I framed that pix and it is hanging where I have to see it every day to remind me to have faith that whatever happens today is meant to be. I have to work hard at this because I am a control freak. As I get older I understand more that I don't always have to be right. I don't have to control every situation and I don't have to control everyone around me. I just need to be that best person I can be that day and have faith that the Lord will guide me and that He will carry me when I am weak.

Denise Ouellette
Chicago, IL
Monday, February 22, 2016
Editor Response
Thanks for sharing your thoughts Denise. I love this! Our readers will benefit from reading this. All the best to you.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
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