To begin the day in peaceful meditation is so beneficial for the soul, mind and body. As our day progresses all activities are done with that same peace and assurance that Spirit is with us, guiding us and communing with us. Even scripture reminds us to meditate upon the things which produces life more abundantly. Often times we rush into our day without regard and wonder why frustration, stress and disharmony abound. Let us become mindful of how we start each day as well as how we are at the close of it. The greatest and most important of all relationships is that with Spirit. When I start my day with a cup of Joe (Coffee), instead of in meditation with Spirit, I may have energy but immediately I feel as if something is off, and true as that something is me! So today I pray that we all meditate upon that which produces life and that more abundantly. I give thanks to God for the gentle nudge to remind me when I need it.
(Philippians 4:8 CPDV)-“Concerning the rest, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is chaste, whatever is just, whatever is holy, whatever is worthy to be loved, whatever is of good repute, if there is any virtue, if there is any praiseworthy discipline: meditate on these.”
Brenda D. Cooper