Invisible miracles

Yesterday I met a guy from church who suffered a stroke in his thirties. More precisely, two strokes. He has no problems of this remaining, none at all. This is strange, because it is  unlikely, though not impossible. So this could be a “live miracle”.

It was hard to believe that this guy had suffered stroke at all, him standing before me and joking and talking and walking as he ever did. And here is the lesson from it: miracles are not necessarily visible. The absence of lasting injury can also be a miracle. And also, miracles are not necessarily emotionally accessible; as in this case, where emotions are unchanges from meeting him the last time, as the situation is seemingly unchanged. Emotions react to situational / senseable changes, but in “invisible” miracles, there are no such changes.






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