Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan -7/17/22
Spirituality: EGO (a.k.a. Engaging God Often)
Not only is prayer like a banquet, but in different ways, it is also like partaking of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and any healthy snacks in between. Our morning prayers are like breaking a fast, the time from our evening talks with God through slumber to the next morning. We break the silence and start our day by saying, “Good morning, God, here we are! Thank you for another day of living!” Prayer is like lunch: a time during midday to take a break to nourish ourselves and offer praise. Prayer is like dinner, a time to gather with others and express gratitude for the day. The whole day becomes a time for thanksgiving and intermittent prayer for ourselves, our communities, and for all beings in the world, that we may work, live, and exist together in better harmony: each one blessed, each one less stressed, each one loved.
The Undivided Soul