Daily meditations 2002

Daily meditations 2002


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29 april : From dawn until dusk, people's everyday lives consist of a constinuous chain of activities and preoccupations, which project them towards the periphery of their being. This means that at the close of day they realize they have forgotten what is most important. How many times have you found yourself in this situation ? Well, in order to break the chain, remember several times a day to stop and remain for a few minutes in silence; an intense silence, however, one that is alive, a silence in which your soul and spirit are able to address the Creator. By regularly exercising your faculty of concentration in this way you will succeed in escaping, for a few moments at least, the problems everyday life brings and this faculty will remain an acquisition to be used whenever a difficult moment arises. You will then realize how useful it is to be able to release yourself completely from your worries in order to direct your thought towards the divine world.

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