New-thought philosophy purposefully
exploring life's spiritual inter-relationships,
sprinkled with a little history and words of wisdom.
It's God's moment
Then we allow ourselves to get caught up in life and we forget God's participation as we go about our daily lives, making sure our socks match in the morning, and our briefcases contain the necessary paperwork. We brave the traffic, or the walk to the barn, ready to face meetings or milking the cows. We wait anxiously for lunch, a much-needed respite, and then for the whistle to blow for quitting time.
Rarely, do we pause to recognize God in every moment. God exists in the traffic jams, the knee-deep snow path to the chicken coop and even in the solitude of one's retirement.