Prayer doesn’t just happen when we kneel or put our hands together and focus. Prayer actually occurs more often than we think.
Place yourself in your car. See yourself driving along. You see a green light and think, “Please don’t change yet.” Well, guess what, you just said a prayer.
When you hug a friend, that’s a prayer. Whenever you hug your children, that’s your prayer for them and they you. A sharing prayer has extra vibrations.
When you cook something to nourish yourself, friends or family, that’s your prayer to them and even yourself. You’re praying the dinner comes out right, praying that your husband doesn’t bring up “that” same ole subject again. When you go out to eat with friends, you pray for a good time.
When you entertain, you pray people show up, and on time. You pray the food appeals to them. Towards the end of entertaining, when you’re tired, you’re praying the guests will leave soon. And when you say good night to them, you send them off with, “Drive safely,” or “Be safe.” That’s a prayer too.
When you shower and the warmth of the water tingles the sensations in your skin, your body says a prayer. It’s no different when you drink water to hydrate your body.
When you’re helping someone in need–giving your time, energy, or money. You are giving a prayer and answering one at the same time.
When you wash the car, you are saying prayers. The first one might be,