Within a program I followed there was an assignment, you had to write your own prayer. I have written a few of my own over the years and wanted to share with you my latest. We know we have a sense of inner peace when we begin thanking in our prayers for what we have and not asking for more. There is so much that comes with that thought process and it is another fork in the road of life, the road of accepting ones spirituality.
Do you have a prayer you have written?
“I want to resign to the ache of my being’s secret surrender. Yet I know that once I was to reach the crescendo, the altitude would initiate dizziness, the heavy air embrace, my will ,as I gathered all my strength when you tended my vision with the depth I fathomed from the beginning. Then, this true love entwined my soul, released the worlds as I knew them, leaving only what was once two, now one. My release I raised my head and looked above, I knew this escalade would take all my energies, that at times I would to part this world as I know it. Pain or regret would not be present. For my heart, my soul, have been touched with all that I’ve asked for. You, dear Lord have touched my being, to it’s core. – Amen” – Cynthia