Good morning... looking ahead again.

This is a typical morning for me. Up early to help with breakfast for my parents and then pray for guidance and use my mind to think of how I want to use this day that I've been given.


I really don't get into particulars though usually. I have a general idea of the specific things that need to get done but I am talking more about what my attitude is going to be toward whatever presents itself to me today.


Number one, I always ask myself "am I prepared for the unexpected?" whether "good" or "bad".


I pray for a peaceful and productive day. Productive in the sense that it is leading toward greater independence and freedom of mind, heart and soul.


I have a specific prayer each day to be a good steward of whatever financial and material gifts I have been given to work with and that I have the grace and opportunity to earn more responsibility and wisdom to make good use of them.


I look toward my "heavenly" family, God and the Angels and Saints for their guidance and prayers.


I look toward my "earthly" family, friends and neighbors for the opportunity to practice Faith, Hope and above all Charity in service to God and others.


I look toward people I may disagree with for the grace of better mutual understanding.


Okay that's enough for now. I could go on and on but I hope you get the picture. I take a little interest in the day ahead and the opportunities it has for me.


God bless you and have a great day! Here's to hoping for the best and working for God's Peaceful Kingdom here on earth.

14 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Hello my friend This morn we meet My rest is now Done and replete With dreams and hopes With fears and dread This day brings life So real instead The sun is out The birds they sing Night's chill and d

No, I don't mean pocket change or coinage if you will. I am talking about a change of habits. Why do I ask the question? Because I find myself quite happy and content but must ask myself how I got her

Preface note: This is a short poetic plea not for an agonizing physical death on a cross but rather the death of the selfish and destructive part of the ego that keeps us from our missions in life to