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Dr Eric Plasker
Marrietta
Georgia
America

Is There A Miracle Waiting For You Around The Corner?

Submitted into: Miracles of Hope Category,

On: 2010-11-03 18:06:39

I remember years ago, I think the year was 1994. I was in my chiropractic practice taking care of my patients, as I do every single afternoon.


One day we hear a very loud bang and screech in the parking lot. Literally like: bang, bang, bang, and all of a sudden a mighty screech. An old lady had lost control of her car and she hit three cars in the parking lot, got turned towards our office and accidentally stepped on the gas instead of the brake and drove through the centre of my office at 40 mph.


Well, obviously we freaked out. The damage was everywhere. But the damage was more than just the debris of the office. She literally hit several patients, and thank God nobody was killed.
That is one of the miracles, that nobody was killed.


What continued after that was interesting. I went into a “Poor, poor, pitiful me. Why did this happen to me? Here I am serving patients, I have a great practice with tremendous healing chiropractic care, serving my community. God why did you do this to me? Why did you have to make me suffer like this? Why am I dealing with the lawsuit now?” and all the things that were happening as a result of this tragedy.

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Well, wouldn’t you know it, for the last two years prior to the accident I had been thinking of moving into a new space right around the corner from my house. I had several young children. I wasn’t seeing them nearly as much as I really wanted to see them because I was driving 30 minutes to and from work every day.


Well, we got everything sorted out in the office. And I said, “You know what, maybe this is a message, maybe there is a miracle here”, and so I opened myself up, I got out of my victim state of mind and the whole poor, poor pitiful me, and I just decided to drive into a shopping centre which is 1.8 miles from my house, where I really, really wanted to practice, but there hadn’t been a space available for the last five years the size I wanted.


Wouldn’t you know it, one week later I drove into the shopping centre again, and the exact space, and the exact size that I wanted opened up within 7 days. I was open to receive a miracle... and here it was ready for me to say... yes, thank you!!!
So the morale of that story for me was in being open to receive and then  expecting a miracle. I think we should all expect miracles every day. If you don’t expect them now, maybe a car comes driving through your office or your house or your space to wake you up to the fact that there’s a miracle waiting for you right around the corner.


Dr Eric Plasker,
Marrietta, Georgia, USA