31 Day Blog Challenge – Day 6

Early this winter I offered to help an old friend with her new blog.  We got to talking about our plans for 2013 and reconnected immediately.  A few days later May Cause Miracles by Gabrielle Bernstein arrived in one of those smile boxes that always bring me so much joy.

I love this book.  I meditate on a regular basis, but I have never done so with such focus or purpose.  May Cause Miracles has already inspired movement and change in my life and I’m very interested in sharing it.  But I couldn’t just pay it forward to anyone.  It’s so much more than a book, it’s a 40 day course that digs deep into our fears and challenges us to look at our lives through a different lens.

The other day I was having tea with a friend who was telling me about the many distractions that challenge her focus… ahh I thought… and today May Cause Miracles will arrive on her doorstep in one of those happy little boxes.  :)

I’m so not there, but it’s a fun practice.


Day 5: Favorite Films

Day 4: Best Childhood Memory

Day 1, 2 & 3: Playing Catchup

Peace in,


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8 Responses to Day 6: Your Last Random Act of Kindness

  1. Kim says:

    Great post and thank you for sharing that video — I really needed that message today. I’ve never heard of May Cause Miracles, but I’m definitely going to check it out!

  2. Tami says:

    I couldn’t recommend it more Kim! It can feel a little goofy, at first, to dissect our fear but this book found it’s way to me at the perfect time. I’ll be eternally grateful this random act of kindness sent my way.

  3. Laura says:

    Anyone who randomly sends me a book will receive my unconditional love for eternity. I’m sure your friend will be overjoyed!

    • Tami says:

      Seriously! My mom has the link to my Amazon Wish List and every now and then she just sends me something off it. That woman rocks!

  4. Cristy s says:

    What a wonderful gift to pay forward. I am going to have to check out this book.

  5. Jackie says:

    I’ve never heard of the book either but it definitely seems like something worth checking out! Randomly received books are awesome!

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