What exactly is a miracle? And why is it required?
We long to be earnest about the Course’s teachings, yet the deeper we go into it the more we learn how small our part is. In fact it is a tiny wish, a little willingness, the tiniest grain of wisdom. We learn it is arrogance that makes our part seem big– too hard to accomplish. Mostly we learn how not to interfere.
All salvation asks of us is but a little wish that the truth be true, and a little willingness to overlook what is not there….a little sigh that speaks for Heaven as a preference to this world that death and dissolution seem to rule.
“Your wishes and the Will of God are one.
God wills that His Son have everything.”
The extent to which we suffer is unfathomable. And what for? To preserve the belief in a will contrary to God’s? And whose will might that be. It must be an imaginary will for there is no will but God’s. It is this imaginary will that “get’s busted” as we travel together the path of the miracle.