One of the wonderful things about the holiday season we just enjoyed is hearing about miracles. Actually, if we stop to think about them, they are around us all the time: from changes in the weather to growth in different species. Everywhere we look, there is some miracle to be found. When they strike us as being most profound, however, is when we hear of some unpredicted healing of body, mind or soul.
This Christmas I heard from a wonderful gentleman for whom I worked for many years. He is someone I have long admired
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