There is no order of difficulty in miracles. One is not “harder” of “bigger” than another. They are all the same. All expressions of love are maximal. T-1.1.1:1-4
A “miracle” as defined in A Course In Miracles is a shift in perception from the external world to the internal world of the mind. A miracle is the result of a choice to focus on the love within rather than on the events in the external world. Using this definition it makes sense that there is no order of difficulty in miracles. Miracles are all the same: expressions of love.
In Unitarian Universalism we covenant together to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person. This inherent worth and dignity is within a person and has nothing to do with external appearances.
In Alcoholic Anonymous it is suggested, in step three, that we turn our will and lives over to our Higher Power and in doing so we experience a miracle.
Peace Pilgrim said that when she met people she looked for the Divine Spark in every person and focused on that. Peace Pilgrim was continually working miracles when she focused on that Divine Spark. Try it today.