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Untold Miracles Podcast - Motivational Conversations with Celebrities and Inspirational Kids

By Untold Miracles

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Celebrities, thought leaders and influential persons answer the question: How do you define a Miracle? These conversations will inspire, provide hope, and motivate you to dream big and create miracles in your own life and the lives of those around you.

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Heartwarming, Loving, Rewarding

It's very rare you hear about anything positive in the news. Every day, it's like a broken record where they talk about someone who was killed, a robbery, a fight, etcetera. It honestly gets to the point where it's unwatchable. That's ridiculous. News outlets do this because they want to get the most viewers or readers. That's true to an extent. People want to know what is happening so they get an idea of their surroundings among other things. But what often is forgotten is that there is more good in this world than bad, because it is overshadowed by the small percentage of violence that is happening. This podcast brings out the best on how wonderful this world is. It discusses stories about different young children who suffer from cancer or a disease and what they have to go through. It's a sensitive topic, but it lifts your spirits to see the kindness and generosity of people who step up and help give the kids a good time.

I recently became a fan of the podcast after listening to the Kevin Millar interview. I thought his story about how he helped a young child, Maverick, get the opportunity to go to Boston to meet his favorite ballplayer brought tears to my eyes. I don't want to spoil the story for those who want to listen, but I strongly recommend that episode.

After hearing the Millar interview, I went back to listen to other episodes and I can't help but smile listening to the stories of these children. It truly warms my heart to hear how an individual child can touch so many lives. And that is what this podcast is all about. A lot of us take so many things for granted, like how much money we have, looking for a new television, wanting to get the new cell phone that comes out every year. Meanwhile, there is a child who is battling cancer and trying to beat it. It should open a lot of people's eyes. I know mine did.

Not all of us are rich and famous, but we don't have to be. This podcast teaches an important lesson in not to be greedy, but thankful for everything we have. Food, clothes, shelter, health, you name it. Whether you donate time or money, it doesn't matter. What does matter is that you can help impact a child's life by doing something positive and meaningful. The child will appreciate it and as a result, it makes you feel the peace and satisfaction of knowing you impacted a child's life. I urge you to listen to this podcast. You will not be disappointed.

Episode 9

Loved the episode with Kevin Millar. Thanks for sharing some of the background info about Maverick. What a great story! #MaverickStrong

Trust me

Trust me. This is worth your time. I listen during my commute--especially when I get tired of the news. There's so much good out there; this will remind you when you need it most.

Untold Miracles Podcast - Motivational Conversations with Celebrities and Inspirational Kids
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  • Free
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Language: English

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