Albert Einstein said that, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

What about you? Do you believe in miracles?  Have you had moments in your life that have moved you or inspired you?  A moment that has deeply impacted such as an outstanding sunrise or the birth of a child, fleeting song. These are moments in our lives that cause us to change course. Moments that move us to act, that stick with turning points or pivotal moments.

In today’s episode we talk about miracles and moving moments and how they can show us that the universe is connected. These profound moments in our lives often connect us more intimately and deeply with the larger sense of humanity. That connection provides us with room to build collective empathy. The more that we can connect to our larger sense of the world the more we can empathize with the people around us

What do you think?  Share some of your miracles and moving moments with us?


  1. Spend some quiet reflection thinking about the times in your life that had a real impact. What do you remember? Smells, sounds, colors, songs, places, people?
  2. Spend some time with your journal writing your thoughts on miracles – do you believe in them, how do you define a miracle, what does it mean in your life?
  3. Reach out to your accountability partner and talk it through with them.
  4. Send us a note on social media and let us know your thoughts!

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