“If you’re seeking a sign to believe again, The Miracle Chase will open your eyes and heart to the wonder all around you.”
author of God Never Blinks: 50 Lessons for Life's Little Detours
The events in Boston have left us all reeling. Feelings of fear or vulnerability bring with them the inevitable question. Why? As Joan points out in April's eNewsletter, you can't be brave unless first you are afraid. Sometimes bravery is simple, like overcoming our own discomfort in the warmth of a friend or neighbor, and sometimes bravery is heroic as we witnessed countless good Samaritans running toward the mayhem to help. When we three think about miracles, we have to think about them in the context of the love and sacrifice that is also present in horrific circumstances. Please remember that through FaceTime and Skype we are able to participate in your Book Club or speak to your women's organization or special interest group. We also love the opportunity to speak with women's alumnae groups. Contact us if you would like us to join your group. Also please visit our blog (the Miracle Club online), sign up for our email list, and feel free to forward our monthly enewsletter to your friends.
We wish for all of you the joy that comes from the kindness of another and return to the simple pleasures of spring.
Joan, Katie and Meb
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