How to be Patient, Calm and Persistent!

Centering prayer teaches us how to be patient, calm and persistent.

I recently took a two-week vacation.

It was great to unplug and spend time with family.

One week is often not enough.

Sometimes, the real relaxation and slowing down occurs after the one-week mark.

If you can, I encourage you to take two weeks.

This past Monday I returned to work.

I was able to get a good night of sleep on Sunday.

I work from home.

I told myself not to worry or panic as I eased myself back into work on Monday.

I told myself to be calm and persistent.

It took me two full days to make my way through the tons of emails and document the new tasks to be performed.

I made it!

Instead of dreading it, I told myself I will get through it.

I can handle it.

All will be okay.

And it was.

Centering Prayer teaches me to be patient, calm and persistent.

Centering Prayer can teach you to be patient, calm and persistent.

(God is the one instilling these abilities within us.)


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