My quiet time

When things get bad I have discovered “Quiet Time”. I typically shut off all noise, TV, radio, etc. I like to lay down, close my eyes and most of the time talk to God as if he were standing next to me. We have a one-on-one conversation. I asked him many questions and I listen quietly for His answers. Sometimes my “Quiet Time” looks more like me simply counting my blessings, which there are many. And sometimes my “Quiet Time” is a good long cleansing cry. Sometimes it helps to feel that crying is the only thing to do.

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