Our Miracle Moment

What you have to understand about this video is that to us this is nothing short of a miracle. Most people think of miracles as things they have no explanation for, amazing feats that don’t seem possible for humans to accomplish, something that defies their logic, or in my opinion, defies their knowledge of laws and principles they have yet to discover. My four year old walks up to a computer at the airport and touches the screen to make it move, and is surprised to see that it’s not touch screen. 30 years ago touch screens and small devices with which to communicate with someone far away were the stuff of crazy writer’s imagination. Our kids take for granted that we can just get on an airplane to fly across the northern Hemisphere to visit family 8000 miles away, all within the same 24 hours. I even take flying for granted. I’m quite certain that if someone who lived even only 500 years ago could see this, he would consider it a miracle, an impossible feat. As long as we can explain it doesn’t seem all that miraculous, like flying for example: after all we understand the laws of aerodynamics, and we know how to manipulate the elements to manufacture parts with which to make an airplane. Perhaps one day we will understand the workings of the mind better than we do now, and the following video will seem just the result of hard work and good treatment rather than the miracle it is to us.

10 months ago Ezra spoke only in one – two word sentences. He made no eye contact. He couldn’t answer a question. He wouldn’t interact with us really. He couldn’t sit still long enough to do anything, let alone read a book. All he would do is flip through the pages. If you touched his book he would scream and recoil. He didn’t answer questions, and he certainly couldn’t ask any. Then when he became more aware of his surroundings, he started being violent towards Micah: pinch, bite, push, kick, hit, shove, annoy in any way possible, just to get him to scream and cry, only to then run away and laugh, and come back for more, all day, every day!

So with this in mind, would you not also call this a miracle? And how do we explain this miracle? The Son-Rise program, and what it stands for: love, and acceptance. Love is the only power that grows by sharing it with others. If anything or anyone is to change for good, it is through love, and a belief that people can change.

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