Take a moment to consider the quote above. Jane G. Doyle defines miracles as moments when something one believes to be impossible becomes possible. And Jane not only believes that miracles exist, she believes that they happen regularly, and can happen to anyone who opens themselves to the possibility.
Jane's book You Heal You: Thriving After Illness, Pain, and Loss includes dozens of accounts of miraculous healings—both her own, and those of modern-day warriors with diverse backgrounds and who had a wide variety of ailments and obstacles to overcome.
Now Jane wants to hear from you! How do you define a miracle? When did you begin to believe that miracles were possible? Reach out to share what miracles mean to you at email@example.com.