"Children should be brought up, too, to perceive that a miracle is not less a miracle because it occurs so constantly and regularly that we call it a law; that sap rises in a tree, that a boy is born with his uncle's eyes, that an answer that we can perceive comes to our serious prayers; these things are not the less miracles because they happen frequently or invariably, and because we have ceased to wonder about them."
Saturday, May 25, 2013
CM Quote for the Day: Everyday miracles are still miracles (Chapter 9)
Towards a Philosophy of Education, by Charlotte Mason. Chapter 9, "The Way of the Reason."