Here's what happened:
I was going to go walk on the beach the other day. This is one of my most favorite things to do. Walking on the beach is inspiring and grounding at the same time. I don't miss it unless Heaven Admin and I are going somewhere, like shopping, and it gets too late.
I debated with myself. I said: "You always want to go. Don't be lazy..."
But in the end, I told myself: "I'll just walk down to the store." The store is down the hill and not much of a walk.
The manager of the store, Richard, is the gentleman who was so generous and kind when my phone and internet were out of commission. He happily let me use his cell phone to call Heaven Admin who was out of town at that time, and Richard also did all the calling around he could do for me to get someone to come over and fix the phone and internet.
So, okay, I went down the hill to see Richard.
Richard said that he was especially glad I had come down because he wanted to be sure I knew not to go on the beach that day. Why? Because there had been a report that there were some thugs causing trouble, and it was better not to go down there until security had taken care of it.
Maybe it was intuition that kept me away from the beach that day, though I really didn't have the slightest clue at the time that it was anything but my inclination not to go.
This makes me wonder how many times we don't do something or do do something without knowing why, and we never find out that we had made a right choice.
In any case, I'll call even possible instances of intuition -- M*I*R*A*C*L*E*S !!!