I was really inspired on Sunday
when I sat in on a class for the youth.
The teacher talked about how we should be inclusive of all - not limiting our lives to those we think are "important" or "popular". It was a great lesson.
Then she challenged the youth, and the challenge hit me, too - as something we should all do:
"make a miracle this week", she challenged.
"It doesn't have to be something big. Maybe just learn someone's name and say 'hi' each day; maybe smile at the shy student; maybe sit by someone who's alone."
I realized as she spoke, that the obvious miracles will be for the recipients of those kindly, small acts. But I believe the greater miracles will be what happens in the hearts and souls of the givers.
I've made it my goal to "make a miracle" every day this week.