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Why is the Torah called "fire"? Just as fire receives no impurities, so the words of Torah
– Talmud, Berachot 22a

A miracle is what occurs when a force from beyond the finite cosmos enters within.

That is why to see a miracle, you need an open heart and mind.
Open enough to receive the Infinite.

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