Be in my mind, my Father, through the day.
We forget that God is with us always. We get distracted and engaged with things in the world. Jesus teaches, “Give to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s.” We often get so caught up in the things of Caesar’s that we forget all about God.
In Alcoholic Anonymous, it is suggested, in step eleven, that we seek through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God. When we do, we relax, and might think to ourselves, “Isn’t this nice?”
In Unitarian Universalism, we covenant together to affirm and promote the love for the interdependent web of which we are a part. How can we ever lose awareness of this fact?
Today, we begin and end the day, and many times in between, hourly it is suggested, to remind ourselves that God is with us and we, too, can be with God.