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Internationally acclaimed author Marianne Williamson answers your questions about spirituality, faith and the power of miracles every week! She'll share her wisdom to help you live your best life.
Q: Hello, Marianne. For the past 13 months, I have been recovering from a brain tumor. I believe it is a miracle of love and healing energy and a divine intervention that I am healed. I am full of gratitude, love and appreciation for this healing. Why am I feeling as if I do not have the right to claim it a miracle? Big Love and appreciation to you. EEMA (Enjoy Every Moment Always).

— Marsha B., Millbrae, California



Dear Marsha,

The reason you might have a hard time claiming this as a miracle is that it begs the question: "Did someone who did not physically heal have less of a miracle than I did?" In fact, the true miracle is the love in our hearts—and that has nothing to do specifically with the form of our circumstances. Don't get caught up in words. Just keep it simple: "Thank you, God."

Marianne

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Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed author and lecturer who has published several books, including New York Times best-sellers A Return to Love and Everyday Grace. A popular guest on numerous television programs such as The Oprah Winfrey Show and ABC's Good Morning America, Marianne has lectured professionally since 1983. For more information, visit her official website.

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