Katie, who is having the bone marrow transplant, posted today on her blog that she is now 99% donor. I assume she means her bone marrow is now 99% the marrow of this other person. I am with the miracle of that, all the science, research, and people to do this transplant, and ensure Katie now lives in health, helped by the body of this other person, an anonymous donor.
I am so struck by it, so awed.
It is no wonder I sometimes feel discombobulated. There is so much to absorb.
We live in a time of miracles. A miracle is defined by A Course in Miracles as a change in perception. Certainly, each day, technology is changing how we see, and we are learning new ways to share to live. Miraculous and inspiring, I say. Celebrate the miracle of love, care, connection, and life.