The man was a true miracle.
Something I question concerning issues being discussed in this forum thread include belief as an option to doubt, a miracle in this case, being a cooperation of beings of the non-physical realms and a miracle
being a manner of believing in something without discerning the truth of it or what really occurs or happened. My preference is to consider those who are associated with allowing
miracles, as people might refer to what is witnessed as a miracle, being of a wisdom and something beyond respect in consideration of what a teacher is.
There in might result in an insight amongst those that might be student, including some sense of inherent contemplation as to what such wisdom is or as apposed to accepting entanglement with causality and words, revealing a frame of reference to rest ones awareness upon.