I ask your prayers* for our community, the world, and all those in need.

For our community:

  • For those who suffer from fibromyalgia or other painful afflictions, and for those whose health insurance is exorbitantly expensive or is too limited in its coverage;
  • For those who continue to feel the repercussions of childhood, and who are anxious about their own worth;
  • For those who feel held back from taking on a new career, for those who are stuck in work without meaning, and for those who discover that their career is not what they had hope for;
  • For those who have tangled with another member of the community, with another online conversation partner, or who have borne the weight of another’s displaced feelings;
  • For those who struggle with parenthood, whether their children are young or approaching adulthood;
  • And in thanksgiving and hope for those who embark on new beginnings: new marriages, graduations:

    We pray* to you, O Source of all Goodness.

*Meditate, hold in good and active thought.
For the world:

For all those in need:

  • For the young, and the old, that they may be safe from abuse, exploitation and thoughtlessness;
  • For immigrants, exiles and refugees, and for all those who long for their home;
  • For the GLBT community, and for all who suffer oppression for being different;
  • For the poor of all nations;
  • For the sick, the sorrowing, and the suffering;
  • For Norman and Mary T. and their family, struggling to come to terms with the death of an 8 1/2 year old daughter;

    We pray* to you, O Source of all Goodness.

0 0 votes
Article Rating