Isaac Babel’s short story Di Grasso clearly illustrates the Zen concept according to which, if a room is dark, all you should do to remedy the situation is to turn the light on. Do what you are most afraid of, and this will instantly transform hell into paradise.
Approximately fifty per cent of good deeds and phenomena get done and happen on their own, doesn't matter whether miraculously or by inertia. While doing anything it's important to move off dead center and start. And later it's often possible not to do anything as it will get done on itself if one doesn't stop it from being done.
A miracle is a superstructure over the basis of reality. There can be no superstructure outside its basis. In other words, you can count on a miracle only in something you can do yourself. In that case, a miracle will be a kind of super bonus and the acceleration of this process.
A hamster in its wheel hopes for a miracle. The hamster does not know that a miracle is an add-on over the basis of reality and is only possible as a super bonus for those who can do everything on their own. A miracle is a reward for what is done.
Truth is a basis and Miracle is an add-on over that basis. Truth is the perfect entity capable of scalability and of explosive growth by using the inner sources of energy. A miracle is the explosion of truth, if driven to the perfection of integrity. What makes truth perfect is resignation which unites all of its extremes and nothingness.
Synergy is the scalable truth that results from the fusion of extremes into one systemic whole. A miracle is the ability of the synergetic system to grow exponentially. Synergetic systems produce energy much quicker than they consume it.