WHO CAN BEAR TESTIMONY TO MIRACLES?

Hey friends….have you ever experienced any miracle?

Asked By: Sia1992 4 hours ago

Answer by pukirahe Feb 5th, 2012 at 3:55PM

I experience miracle everyday,
especially when we have the Internet.
Sitting here in my little room,
I can hear Obama delivering his speech before the Congress,
I can answer questions from people around the world,
I can give and receive any interesting messages
concerning any matters relating to myself and to the world.
Yes, miracles are occurring every day
for people who use their searching eyes.

Reply by strictlychaste Feb 5th, 2012 at 4:56PM

That’s a fairly loose definition of a miracle. So far you’ve described things that are completely predictable and follow the laws of physics. By miracle I think the questioner means something more like “observable suspension of the laws of statistics or physics.”

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Abdul-Baha says:

“Miracles are likewise convincing to a limited number only. For instance, a Buddhist would not be convinced by the miracles of Moses which are proofs only so far as the orthodox Jews are concerned, because they love Moses. On the other hand the miracles attributed to Jesus Christ are refuted by the Jews as a whole, saying “No one lives today who has seen these miracles performed, therefore, who can bear testimony to them?”
(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 43)

HAIKU

Miracles are true
To small groups of beholders
Hence controversial

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