This book is filled with engaging accounts of individuals whose lives have been enriched by experiences which defy logic and the consensus view of reality. The author recounts a few of these miracles in his own life and then travels to sacred sites overseas where healings have taken place. Wakefield contends that extraordinary things happen to those who are open to them. In these pages, individuals from all walks of life and all spiritual perspectives describe their experiences of miracles of healing, recovery, love, creation, encounter, and presence. Among their number are theologian Harvey Cox, novelist Michael Crichton, singer Judy Collins, and politician Michael Dukakis. The upshot of this intriguing work is that everything counts in life and miracles abound.