It may take God

Alejandro García Restrepo

Today, God, help me focus on a peaceful pace rather than a harried one.

I will keep moving forward gently, not frantically.

Help me let go of my need to be anxious, upset, and harried.

Help me replace it with a need to be at peace and in harmony.

~ Melody Beattie, from “Going Easy” in The Language of Letting Go


Photo: Alejandro García Restrepo via I Hear It in the Deep Heart’s Core

Comments

  1. Amen and amen

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  2. that’s all.

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  3. God will help, but you need to take the lead.

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  4. I woke with a similar thought/prayer.

    Lord, the day will unfold as you see fit.
    Help me to believe in it’s unfolding.

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  5. Amen

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  6. my goal: peace and harmony

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  7. Peace and harmony…deceptively simple and yet sometimes such slippery little devils… *love* the illustration too….

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  8. Awesome reminder and prayer. Thanks.

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  9. God is order. Order is peace. The madness of this world is like the effects of a storm. Anyone who chooses God will find themselves in the calm of the eye of any storm that this world is capable of.
    -Alan

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  10. I’d say your blog is one of the 7 corners of the world I come to for Peace and Grace, to recharge and reset.

    Thank God, for Live & Learn.

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  11. exactly. calm, measured, purposeful. I like Sawsan’s comment!! 🙂 cheers, Debi

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  12. I tell myself that every day. Some days when I’m harried at work and need to slow down, I tell myself I’m royalty and I have to slow down so I don’t crinkle my train in back!

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  13. That’s gorgeously prayed 🙏

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  14. Christie says:

    Melody Beattie’s wise, prayer is a gift!

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