Serendipity is the effect by which one accidentally discovers something fortunate, especially while looking for something else entirely. (Wikipedia)
Serendipity is certainly the best word I can think of to describe the little miracles in our lives. I have heard the word serendipity and enlightenment linked and this is certainly what I have experienced when working with the principles in Hiring the Heavens. It is a good word with joy in its meaning. It feels good in the mouth and on the lips.
This year my son wanted to get a new laptop for college but he kept putting it off knowing the cost would be more than he could afford. He is studying film production and the hardware and software for that industry is not cheap. One day he called me about an ad he saw on Craig’s List for a laptop.
“It’s probably too good to be true but could you see what you get for an intuitive hit on this one?” he asked.
I imagined talking to a computer sales specialists in the spiritual realm and asked if this would be a good deal for my son. I immediately got a response that said yes! with a great deal of urgency. I told my son to hang up and get over to the seller’s house without delay.
He was able to buy a complete package with more and better software than he ever hoped of owning for a fourth of the cost. When he called me back I could hear the excitement in his voice. He said that if I hadn’t told him to go immediately he would have missed out on the best deal of his college years.