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Bernie Siegel first wrote about miracles in 1986 when he was a practicing surgeon. His groundbreaking first book, Love, Medicine, & Miracles, prescribed more love as a path to healing and challenged the medical community to open to the possibility of miracles.
We hope you’ll enjoy this short excerpt from the introduction of the new paperback edition of A Book of Miracles, which includes stories Bernie compiled during his more than thirty years of practice, speaking, and teaching. Without diminishing the reality of pain and hardship, the stories show real people turning crises into blessings by responding to adversity in ways that empower and heal. They demonstrate what we are capable of and show us that we can achieve miracles as we confront life’s difficulties.
Life is full of surprises that are not always the kind we would wish for: A relationship ends. An illness interrupts our life. A career path doesn’t go as planned. A project we poured everything into doesn’t bring the results we expected.
We hope you'll enjoy this short interview in which Christine Hassler, author of Expectation Hangover, offers practical advice for learning from disappointment rather than just attempting to get rid of it, get over it, or wallowing in misery.
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We hope you’ll enjoy this short video in which Eckhart Tolle tells Oprah Winfrey why he calls pets “Guardians of Being,” which is also the title of the delightful book he cocreated with Patrick McDonnell, the illustrator behind the acclaimed comic strip MUTTS.
More than a collection of charming drawings with insightful captions, the marriage of Patrick McDonnell’s art and Eckhart Tolle’s words conveys a profound love of nature, of animals, of humans, of all life-forms. Guardians of Being celebrates and reminds us of not only the oneness of all life but also the wonder and joy to be found in the present moment, amid the beauty we sometimes forget to notice all around us.