“Do you believe in miracles?” If by ‘miracle’ you mean a moment of unalloyed normalcy, of low-shouldered sublimity, of pure being empty of past and future, then yes, I do. If you mean an event when Nature is briefly persuaded to suspend one of her laws, then no, I don’t.
Miracles tend not to be recognized as miracles. That’s because they don’t add something to our lives; they take something away. Miracles express the irrational love of a supramental intelligence. They create space.