Some people believe that miracles are nothing other than random coincidences but the question I always seem to ask is, how many coincidences does it take before it’s not?
For some people there will never be any miracles because they can always be explained.
For others, even the smallest blessing is a miracle.
I am not sure where I am on the scale. I have in the past been in situations where it definitely felt like a miracle and I have trouble wrapping my mind around how I am even still alive. I have seen things that cause me to question my sanity and if I told you what they were I am positive you’d also say it never happened.
Yet, I know others who have seen and have had things happen that are so random or so unbelievable and even for me, having had the experiences myself albeit different ones, would question their sanity and say what they say about my own.
If, like they say, we are always exactly where we are supposed to be then miracles aren’t really miracles at all. If this is also true, then we have no free will and I have read enough to question how valid free will actually is which does’t do much for my sanity, just ask Sam Harris about that.
So we are we have neither free will or destiny yet for SOME reason, a small step in on direction whispered in the mind from a source long past (read in a book) puts on a path ultimately leading towards the end.
In the end, I don’t know what happens. I like to think of Einsteins remedy for this tragic logic about being dead before I was born…. something to that effect but that leaves more questions than answers.
Do I personally believe that death is the end? No. No matter how much I think about it, I can find moments of peace believing that when we are done here, then we are done and there is no pain or laughter, it’s just done but the other part of me says that if that is true and yet here we are and the entirety of everything we know via science, observations, beliefs… everything that dies becomes alive again. They don’t alway come back the same but there’s a line of existence like the Tree of Life where it no matter what we do, what was, is, and always will be… the essence of it that is.
So that means the soul is a real thing EVEN when it’s only rationalized through our brains. Even though we cannot put a measure on it, it is in itself the essence of life and life does exist so whether we die before birth or a hundred years after, it’s the thought of you that brings life to the soul or that is what gives a soul to life OR in other words, whatever we think we can do so we should always be mindful of our thoughts so that they don’t give birth to what is not so good but at the same time, we can’t deny that those things are part of our existence so what we have is the choice to manifest them.
I think my thoughts are incomplete here but it would seem that thoughts are more than electrical impulses impulses in the brain, they must have some sort of anti-mass because it’s NOT the firing of electrical signals in the brain that measures the thoughts… I have leave it at that.