Still grappling with these words from Daniel Taylor’s book In Search of Sacred Places:
Simplicity is no great virtue unless wedded to right priorities. A desirable simplicity entails the recognition of what is important in life, coupled with the strength of will to structure one’s daily existence around that recognition. It requires minimizing the impact of one’s life of unimportant things, an extremely difficult task in an acquisitive and schedule-filled culture. (148)
My reflections inspired this prayer:
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Christine – I think I need to print this and read it every morning.
Thank you – when I write these prayers I often print them out and use them in my morning devotions.