The Prayers that are Precious

The prayer of a child is very special, but the prayer of the elderly is priceless.  Each table in our dining room has at least four chairs and it thrills me to see the holding of hands as silver heads are bowed in humble thanks.  What a powerful message this brings from hearts wearing out.  What pure joy pours out of those hearts.  I missed two days with a cold and had neighbors knock quietly on my door, concerned.  It struck me that over all the years living next door to people, I only saw them driving to and from their jobs, never knowing if they had needs or not. It shames me to be so busy with big “I” to bless another heart.  I will “reach out” more, regardless. How’bout it? That’s what I get from My Box of Chocolates, donchaknow.  AMEN

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