How I Pray

Usually, in Praying Abba, I reflect on “The Lord’s Prayer” or other formal prayers. The following post is a starting list of who, what, when, where, how, and why I pray. It’s not a brag; it’s a kind of scrutiny for me. If you are a pray-er, and care to comment, I welcome hearing of your prayer practices or structures or whatever you care to share! Peace to you and yours! 🙂

(This is an on-going list.) Who I pray for (w/out naming names here): People I know personally and love and for whom I am profoundly grateful: My family: parents, spouse, siblings (4), in-laws (4),…

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Merry Lark

I am Christian, married, a pianist. My favorite composers to play are Beethoven, Chopin, and Bach. I'm also an avid reader of great literature, and I like to write: it helps me think. I try to avoid "tribal thinking"; I'm glad and grateful to be Catholic, but I believe all Christians are my brothers & sisters in Christ, those of the Jewish faith are my cousins/elders in faith, and all human-beings are my fellow beloved-children of God. I believe God is our Loving Creator. God loves everyone, no exceptions. The Holy Spirit is growing me in Christ. Other things about me: I can't stand bullies, but I still try to understand their point-of-view; I abhor cruelty, and I do my utmost to make peace inasmuch as it's up to me; I enjoy challenges, variety, spontaneity, color, but I also like solitude, quiet, order. My healing and my bliss is in recognizing I am part of the Body of Christ. Shalom!

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