Miracles aren’t just things that happened a long time ago. They happen around us every day.
How Chanukah can reframe our perspective on supply chain issues.
In our pursuit of the extraordinary we often miss the ordinary. And the ordinary is where the magic happens.
Miracles don’t just “happen.” We co-create them.
The Jewish holiday of Sukkot gets little attention, but it’s meaning is perhaps the most universal of all the holidays.
A story of synchronicity, surrender, magic, and trust. If I weren’t living it, I might not believe it’s real.
A simple, yet effective, process for manifesting more miracles in your modern life.