Interesting where you are going with this saysomething!
I always interpreted it to mean that he wanted "one more miracle" to put everything back the way it was after the first one (Sherlock coming into his life).
"One more miracle" being one more chance to move forward? I like that interpretation too.
I definetively think John will be deeply shocked ( er wird bis in innerste Mark erschüttert sein), feeling his world turning upside down (once more).
Yes, that feeling could be a push to him to move forward, giving him a impulse to tackle his life more actively fram now on.
But I have meant the authors will interlace the word "miracle" literally somehow in a dialogue between Sherlock and John or a monologue of John.
Could be a good scene for a trailer of 3.01 "The Adventure of the Empty House" :-).
( Maybe like this:
We see flashbacks of TRF: Sherlock jumping, John mourning, the gravestone etc. Dramatic music.
We hear John´s voice from off: " Defining a miracle: Mi-rac-le. A wonder. An event or phenomenon not fully explained by known laws of nature.
A completely unexpectet, statistically unlikely incident , maybe of a supernatural kind. For example: A ressurrection.
Experiencing a miracle: What does is make to someone to witness such a thing? How to bear the eversion of your life once more? I can not bear I just can´t"
We see Sherlock meeting Mycroft at London Heathrow airport, walking along Baker Street, standing still in front of John`s house.
The door is opening, John`s gaze is turning at Sherlock. John is frozing.
Sherlock´s voice : " One more miracle - for you John. "
Sequences of John crying, pushing Sherlock, Sherlock standíng in front of his one gravestone etc. )
Last edited by saysomething (July 12, 2012 3:24 pm)