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Miracle Story


Alex Paradisis

What Goes Around Comes Around

Submitted into: Miracles of Money Category,

On: 2014-10-05 19:13:31

A few years ago, I had a cousin who had some major problems. In his life, with drugs and alcohol, major money issues started to cause havoc. As he was a family member, I was happy to lend him some money to try and help him with his very challenging family situation.

I know it was against my better judgement, but I still did it. I knew deep, deep down, some day, I was going to see that money again. I didn’t bother him or his family, or exclude them in any way. I just let them be.

A few weeks ago, I received a phone call from my cousin, to catch up and have a coffee. “Yes”, I said. We set the time and place.

It was a great little café, one that I hadn’t been to before. During our time there, be brought up the time I had lent him the money. He apologised and was very grateful for what I had done. He then pulled out of his pocket three quarters of the original amount that I had lent him. Wow! What a miracle!


Alex Paradisis, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.