I used to depend on miracles. Some people say, "If you don't get any miracle, make one."
We do not make miracles. There would never be the word itself if a miracle was ordinarily madeable. Miracle is meant to be made for us whether by that entity, entities, the universe, Entity, coincidence, or whatever you believe in.
However, most of us may not realize that the thought of miracles has enslaved our lives.
Some miracles save a lot of lives and they bring hope. The other cases show that hope dirappoints and it brings people down rather than the other way around. I still believe in miracle yet I don't hang on miracle, neither I hang on myself to make my own miracle.
For me, life is more than achieving what we want through miracles. To live, to explore life, to stand on earth, to be responsible for earth, they are miracles. So why should we be too desperate on longing for miracles? We're experiencing it right now right here (there, in your case).
Speaking of a miraculously-made earth, I really was gutted to open the internet just a moment ago and found the news about the melting ice.
I'm not here to preach, you guys ACTUALLY know what to do starting from those little things around yourself. Do I need to teach you to keep your trash in your pocket, find a trash can, open it carefully, and put it gently down there? For real?
Dreamcatcher necklace! Finally I possess one, a mighty brown one <3
As suddenly appealing on my mind that it would be a perfect match for a wool cardigan, one from French Connection UK managed to compromise. Underneath there were a striped shirt and a very mesmerizing golden bow tie (which was also intended to perfectly match the cardigan). On the bottom, let there be khaki pants and brown oxfords. I would also like to thank my bud for the quirky glasses, it successfully brought the whole look into a next level.
photocredit: Jonathan Kristian; Christa Graziella
Currently listening to: Heart of Gold - James Blunt ♪
♬ God only knows, she's got a heart of gold ♬