Conversation as Prayer

Cappuccino and conversation

Sometimes conversations ARE prayers.  This was one of them.  Praying alone is good, but praying with others seems richer and keeps me more honest.  Also, praying with another person slows me down so my thoughts don’t twist and snarl so badly.  Mind you, they still HOP and SKIP around a bit.  I had a boss who said I was always starting in the MIDDLE.  I was.  But, thank You, God that YOU can keep up.  I really like bouncing.  Or maybe it would be more accurate to say being sequential is boring.  Boring but so useful.  Yes, I could use more useful.  But, maybe first I need to value the bouncing?

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