I’m excited to share my daily reflections for November 15. Yesterday, I was able to be more productive than usual and spent the day working on a new website design.
This means that I’ll have two options for clients in January when they start looking at their web design needs! In other news, we’re getting close to the end of the year and it’s time to think about taxes – luckily, there are many resources out there so you can get all your tax information together without any hassle.
Finally, this week has been a really tough one with everything going on in our country so hopefully, this weekend will help us recharge and get back into our normal routines.
Daily Reflections November 15
Those of us who have come to make regular use of prayer would no more do without it than we would refuse air, food, or sunshine. And for the same reason. When we refuse air, light, or food, the body suffers. And when we turn away from meditation and prayer, we likewise deprive our minds, our emotions, and our intuitions of vitally needed support.TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 97
My encounters with others provide me with an opportunity for prayer and gratitude.
I will never be able to meet God through self-isolate, but by connecting fully in this world He has created right outside our doorsteps!
If you’re struggling to find a way to connect with your Higher Power, remember that every encounter is an opportunity for prayer and connection.
You don’t have to do anything fancy or complicated. All it takes is choosing consciously each day how you want your interactions with others to be–and then living them out as best as possible.
Try smiling at someone today, listening attentively when they speak instead of just waiting for the chance to talk again, and forgiving those who hurt you in some small or large way during the week.
Doing these things will help bring yourself closer to realizing the beauty of God’s work within us all!