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Green Bay, Wisconsin
My best friend stopped in the other night and told me about a recent
shift she experienced. Four days before payday, she noticed that the fuel
tank on her van was hovering on empty. She said, "I have more than enough
fuel to make it through until payday".
The next day, the fuel light went on and she reaffirmed her choice of
The day before her payday, she got in the van and all day the gauge
registered at 3\4 full to her happy delight!
On payday, her fuel gauge was back on "E" with the warning light on, but by
then she had her paycheck in hand and was headed for the gas station.
We call these smaller ones an "It works!". We usually start our
conversations with "I have an 'It Works' to tell you!" :) What fun we
Let Us Go Further in Less Time
Mount Vernon, Ohio
As a child, my Grandmother and I would travel a lot by car. Whenever we
in a hurry, she would pray that the miles in ratio to time would be altered
so that we would arrive at our destination more quickly. My grandmother
would say something like, "Let us go further in less time," or something
similar, and sure enough we would make 45 minute trips in 15 minutes
frequently. I never questioned any of this; it seemed natural. To me, it
just something that was, and is.
London, Ontario, Canada
One day I was trimming my little dog's eyebrows and face, which is a task
she does not enjoy at all. I put the trim scissors down for a second, and
when I went to pick them up again, they were gone! I did a cursory search,
but couldn't find them. Then I put Scarlet down, and searched the area more
completely, even moving the chair so I could get a good look all around. I
still didn't see the scissors anywhere.
I looked at my dog and told her, "I know you disappeared the scissors, but
it makes no difference, there are other scissors in the house." I looked
again but couldn't find them. Eventually I got another pair and finished
When my husband came home, I told him about how the scissors had vanished,
and he asked me if I had asked Scarlet to bring the scissors back. I
replied, "No, I hadn't thought of that", so then I did ask her. We went
into the room, and there were the scissors under the chair, right in the
middle in plain view. Since she hasn't hidden the scissors again, I guess
she learned that it doesn't make any difference if she disappears the
scissors; she'll still get trimmed anyway!
My Cockatiel Came Home
Hamilton Hill, Australia
One windy day near the beginning of November, my very tame cockatiel named
Basil flew off my husband's shoulder and became disorientated in all the
wind, so we lost her. I searched and called her for days, and put pamphlets
I was heartbroken to have lost Basil. I dreamed of her every night after
that. In my dreams, she always came back to me, and I could even feel her
perched on my shoulder.
I asked Spirit to bring her home, and that I would do anything to have her
pooping in my house again. One week later on my wedding anniversary, I got
a phone call from a lady who had received a call from a man who saw a sign
in the shops saying they had found a very friendly cockatiel. I called the
number from that sign, and found that the husband of the woman I was
talking to had given Basil to a neighbour who had given Basil to her
granddaughter to look after 30 kilometres away.
I have Basil back now, and feel closer to her than ever! The interesting
thing is that Basil had flown down onto another man's shoulder, 3
kilometres away. I hadn't put any pamphlets in that area.
The young girl who looked after Basil had a cockatiel who had died in her
hands two weeks earlier, so her mum said having Basil was a blessing. I got
this young girl a 10-week-old bird as a thank you gift. The universe works
in wonderful ways, and I am amazed at the choreography that went on
upstairs to get Basil back to me..