Miracles in life – The Eureka Moment

Do you want a miracle in your life?

 

Did you ever wish for eureka moment?

 

“Life is tough for everyone but people don’t seem to bother much. Why is it me that I have to take all the burdens and live with it, pretending to be happy and smiling all the time?”

 

If these are the thoughts which struck you often, this post is for you. 🙂

 

I came across a beautiful quote in one of the fellow blogger’s post. It goes something like that, ” A horse is known only to the pain it bear from his jockey and not the win, like the same way, if you feel pain in life, see is as God, giving those pain for a prize you are unaware about.”

 

Two ways to look at it:

 

a) There are no super natural things that are going to happen. We make our own destiny or spoil it, with our own efforts. Or,

 

b) Everything that happens in this life is super natural. It’s the blessing of the god that we walk, we eat, we see and we do, the stuff, which at first looks so ordinary but in fact are miracle.

 

I have always been an advocate of second school of thoughts. Think when you were a kid, each stuff that looks so normal to you now, used to amaze you. Did you ever think that you would be able to see in person and talk to a person thousand miles away from you? Or even listen to his/her voice. Keep apart the technology, God has himself given so many blessings, To see, To hear, To taste, To Smell and To move.

 

Beauty is in the eye of person watching. It’s just that we grow up, and we grow up so habitual to these nature’s virtues that we forget to thank god for all the blessings he has given to us. This post is not to put in any religious thought into your mind. Think of it this way,

God has given us with a Heart, to feel, what eyes cannot see, and what ears cannot listen to. And then he has given us with a mind, which calculates millions of combinations at a milli second that even a fastest of super computer is not capable of.

 

We must not see our life as a monotonous trail, but treat each passing minute as a blessing, as an adventure of journey, god has provided us with. Think, not like a man filled in with all worldly knowledge, but as a child, who see the miracle is growing of a tree, and get amazed when his sweet puppy jumps up in his lap and adore the charm of the moment. 🙂

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16 thoughts on “Miracles in life – The Eureka Moment

  1. Lovely thoughts. I’ve always believed that the worlds greatest discoveries, especially those in science, have come from people who think like children still and see wonder wherever they look. Heres to remaining open to the universe and all it shows us.

  2. Inspiration is a wonderful tonic for the yearning soul. The Eureka moment makes my day as the quote of and for breakthrough. Breakthrough is the desire of every right thinking person. Keep up the good work.

  3. a nice discernment; I think I subscribe to both a) AND b) – I live and create and decide my own life, but it is much better done when I do it selflessly (I could live self-centeredly but it usually goes wrong) AND the way to live selflessly is to live wholly, is to live with co-ordinates completely outside myself (“thy will be done”). The trouble comes either with believing the personal self is important above all other (personal) creations AND/OR believing that the not-personal-self is of ultimate importance and anything other than the FIELD of creation (rather than the sole Creator)

  4. I read your poems. Said you have a tasteful eye. this seems to come from your tasteful heart. You really taste. Taste Life, taste the moment, bitter, sweet, insipid, spicy, all mixed up. When I saw your post, I was eagerly expecting a poem. Yesterday morning, after reading your poems, I found myself whistling. And in my dawn journal, writing poems. Now I find that you are writing prose. Now, I see and , I understand the eye of the heart of miracles. Miracles, joy and healing are in that eye. Thanks for your poems, and for mine.

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