Launching 2013 with Daily Quiet Time vs Dirty Rotten Attitudes

I was having my ‘daily quiet time’ early this morning. I use a variety of ‘deliberate practices’ to keep my devotion ‘topped up’.  I find that if I don’t have a ‘daily quiet time'(DQT) to weed my mental garden, and alter some lousy attitudes, as well as stay connected to my Creator, I end up having what I call ‘dirty rotten attitudes'(DRA’s)

I’d like to end with a short prayer called Desert Waters by David Adam from his book, Tides and Seasons: Modern Prayers in Celtic Tradition. It touches me because it reminds me wherever we are, God is always present if we take the time to look.  I will be going into my 60th year in May 2013, and the Lord knows I need this upward focus at the start with so many challenges and opportunities ahead of me.
 
O Spring in the desert
O shelter from the heat
O light in the darkness
O guide for the feet
O joy in our sadness
O support for the weak
O Lord with us always
Your Presence we seek
 
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About coachdelmonte

I am an ACC (Associate Certified Coach) with the International Coaching Federation and graduate of Coach U International, focusing on personal, ministry and professional coaching with a focus on getting solid, timely and focused results. If you are interested in a complimentary session to see if partnering with me would assist you in becoming your best version of yourself, contact me at coachinglifeonlife@gmail.com

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