It is difficult for physicians to buy into the idea of miracles. Our scientific brains rationalize that miracles are for the "believers" and the "faithful" but they have no place in the world of science and medicine.
Professor Rao sees something different.
What if there really are no coincidences? Or what if we decided to call a coincidence a "Miracle" instead? What would that do for our sense of well-being?
Maybe it's true that Miracles Happen Every Day.
Go here to access earlier "coffee for the soul" tips from Professor Rao. You'll be able to trace your way back to the first tip by clicking on each link at the end of each post.