Lisa has a fatal diagnosis then one day she just gets up and is healed.
Bob was walking into a bar then gets a feeling and turns around, walking back to his car instead. A bar fight breaks out and an innocent bystander just inside the door is shot and killed, while Bob returns home safely.
Michelle was unemployed for months and all things seemed dismal. Her resume randomly pops up on the desk of the HR director at a reputable company. Michelle gets the job but wonders how the company ever got her resume since she never applied.
These are examples of miracles - random events not explicable to natural or scientific law. By definition there are no explanations for miracles. In my life and personal experience, I've attributed the miracles in my life to spirituality. I feel I'm able to tap into these realms of possibility via my connection to the Creator. I have been fortunate to experience and recognize miracles in my life time and time again.
Many of the spiritual teachers I've studied say that many people don't experience miracles because they are not open to their presence. I stop witnessing miracles when I'm too occupied with what's happening in my life. If I'm too stressed, too busy or too tired, I tend to shrug off the small miracles happening all around. And thus came "Miracle May". What better month than May to acknowledge all the miracles happening in this crazy world?
Be alert and aware. Miracles are all around us!