Again, we see what we want to see. We find what we search for (eventually). This completely applies to us seeing God in our lives. If we aren't looking for Him we usually aren't going to see Him.
Jesus says, "ask, and it shall be given to you; seek, and you shall find; knock, and it shall be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; and he who seeks, finds; and to him who knocks, it shall be opened." Luke 11:9-10
The more we look for God, the more we will see Him.
Eugene H. Peterson writes in The Message Devotional Bible: "the word blessing isn't a static word but rather a dynamic one, filled with action. Like a seed. God's blessings often come to us in seed form, sprouting through the tangled complexities of life and ripening to fruition. Because the blessings of God often grow slowly over time, it's easy to miss the miracle of growth taking place right before our eyes. But when we look attentively, we see blessings budding all around us . . . If we forget his blessings, we slip into what psychologists label 'sensory deprivation,' and we become deaf, dumb, and blind to the flourishing miracle of God at work, not only in the catastrophic circumstances of our lives, but also in the casual circumstances."
Let's not be deaf, dumb and blind to God and all He does in our lives. If we are we will shrivel up inside. He is the water our souls need. He is the food our souls need. He is the light in the darkness. He is the song we need to hear.