What’s Your Practice Today?

Oftentimes I preach “softness” because that’s the sermon I need to hear. What I lack is not confidence, or ambition, or faith that everything will be alright… my daily practice is to invite and embody a sense of vulnerability.

But my practice is not your practice. And the sermon that speaks to me on a given day may not speak to you.

The law of attraction compels us to ask, believe and receive. Or, as Maya Angelou put it, “Ask for what you want, and be prepared to get it.”

So what is it you’re asking for today? What power are you inviting in? Can one word sum it up?

Think about that word — the one that’s for you, for today. Offer it up, believe it will come to you, and receive it with open arms. We can all practice that.



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