True stories of unexpected and wondrous experiences that reveal a hidden hand at work in our lives.
The old photo album I’d found in a gutter mattered to someone. More than I could possibly know…
Jim was the man of her dreams. But how could she be sure their marriage would be built to last?
Only my son’s own words could comfort me after his death.
After a contentious divorce, Catherine Partain Shamblin found herself feeling alone and without direction. A mysterious voice told her to make a cross with whatever materials she could find, and now, her beautifully crafted crosses serve as healing agents for Catherine and the people who purchase them.
Listen as the chief medical officer at Buffalo, New York's Center for Hospice and Palliative Care, who is interviewed in the April-May 2016 edition of Mysterious Ways magazine, shares what he's learned about the dreams and visions experienced by patients who are nearing the end of their lives.
We invited Mysterious Ways readers to share their dreams on Facebook with Dr. Judith Orloff, who then offered her analysis of the dreams. Here's the transcript of that chat.
When fashion journalist Edith Rosenbaum Russell boarded the RMS Titanic on April 10, 1912, she didn’t know that a pig would end up saving her life.
My brother was born a chef. I was born to take out. Could I make our family feast without him?