- Miracles are both beginnings and endings, and so they alter the temporal order. They are always affirmations of rebirth, which seem to go back but really go forward. They undo the past in the present, and thus release the future.
- Each day should be devoted to miracles. The purpose of time is to enable you to learn how to use it constructively. It is thus a teaching device and a means to an end. Time will cease when it is no longer useful in facilitating learning.
- Miracles make minds one in God. They depend on cooperation because the Sonship is the sum of all that God created. Miracles therefore reflect the laws of eternity, not of time.
- The miracle is a learning devise that lessens the need for time. It establishes an out-of-pattern time interval not under the usual laws of time. In this sense it is timeless.
- The miracle is the only device at your immediate disposal for controlling time. Only revelation transcends it, having nothing to do with time at all.
Of course, as soon as I was reminded, I wondered how I could have forgotten these miracle principles. I’m not surprised (as I have a very mushy memory for such things). But I never doubted that my love affair with ACIM continued into, and influenced the inception A Course of Love. Jesus took it from there!