This morning I woke up with a song on my heart. But, the thing is that it wasn’t any song in particular. Not a song that you’d hear on the radio or in the club. It as a song of glorious wellness and life. For the past month, I have been making prayer (out loud to the Lord) a daily habit. For each day I have prayed, I have witnessed a miracle. For example, I had an appointment that was 49 miles away from home. After leaving the appointment, the engine light in my car came on. I said, “God. I need your help.” I was afraid that my car was going to stop running and that it would break down on the side of the road. I told the Universe what I was feeling and I asked for help. I made it all the way home safely. When I pulled into my driveway, the breaks stopped working. Luckily, I was only going five miles an hour so I mashed on the breaks until the car stopped. Had I allowed worry and fear to take over, I could have gotten into an accident and hurt myself and others. Instead, I chose to pray and ask for help. I firmly believe that the Angels/Ascended Masters/The Elders/God took over and kept the car in tact until I got home. As soon as the car stopped, I said, “Thank you,” and I really meant and felt it. When I got out of the car to come inside, I got a very important phone call that confirmed to me that God was with me. As my friend and I spoke about another miracle that is unfolding as I share this message with you, I kept thinking, “God you are so good; God you are so good; God you are so good,” and then I yelled it out loud. Luckily, the person whom I was speaking too “just happened” to be sharing a personal miracle testimony that she had experienced. I am sharing this with you because I want you to understand that miracles happen every day! We tend to look for miracles to be some type of big, grandiose event that cannot be doubted or questioned. The fact is that miracles are often small, subtle experiences that most of the time, we are the only witnesses to. Miracles are meant for each of us to experience so that WE, in our own spirits, individually, bear witness to the awesome and might power that the Universe vibrates in. When we are not experiences miracles, we are vibrating outside of the realm of higher consciousness and higher awareness. That in itself is a tragedy. Miracles are meant to be a regular and routine part of our lives, and these miracles are the testaments that we hold in our hearts that there IS something greater than we are, and this “something” is alive and well, and vibrating to the rhythm of the greater good.