When I am able to bring others into my personal prayer life I will begin to grow in my personal relationship with God. Something that inspired me was how Dr. Choi said that “when you become content you’ll know what you are supposed to be doing”. This inspires me because it reaffirms my belief that whatever God has called me to, I will
We are often found craving something more in prayer life. However, after we have been praying and studying God for a time, it can become easy for our prayer lives to become dull. She tells us that prayer is the way in which we “communicate and commune” with God (63). We continue to investigate God as we communicate with him, but eventually prayer life seems to loose its flare.
We are all only human and want nothing more than to please someone in some way or another. In the poem Latin Women Pray by Judith Ortiz the young Latin woman praying doesn't really know if the God she is and has been praying to, her whole life can really understand her or her fellow sisters, but that by no means stops her from praying to him. Why? Because that is how she was raised to pray to him despite her not knowing if he could really understand them.
There should be nobody that should be treated differently from others around them self. Everybody should treat each other the same way that they want to be treated the same.
Reality What a person expects of prayer generally reflects what they believe about the nature of reality, and the reality of God. For example, believing in a universal Law of God, I cannot expect my prayer to supersede or intervene in the workings of that Law. After all, if God abides by Its own Law, how can I expect to do otherwise? I couldn’t reasonably expect to circumvent a universal Law through prayer. However, I can abide peacefully by working consciously with the Law, applying Its principles in ways that prosper my life.
As the Catechsim says, prayer is that personal and life-giving relationship with God that every individual is called to. (CCC 2558) Let that sink in for a moment. Prayer isn't just part of our relationship with God: it is our relationship with God. No wonder it is so challenging
As with forgiveness, most of us are offered simple platitudes about respect without any meaningful discussion about what these things mean, why are they relevant to us living a good life, and last but not least how to practice them. Respect is perhaps the fundamental context to relationship, and a natural expression of love. Once you get that we all need and affect each other, you'll get the relevance of respect. But don't just accept this interpretation of respect; explore what it means to you and please, please, please develop a practice of respect that increases your capacity to do so. Respect allows dignity.
Professional Philosophy Regarding ECEC Pedagogy: How Learning Happens Zubaida Abubaker My philosophy related to my profession is deeply inspired and rooted in my belief in each child’s potential. I believe that every child is an abled body, and the expectations we attached with them usually leads to a self fulfilling prophecy. If I will believe a child is able, I will work hard to make it possible, but if my expectations are otherwise, the result will prove it too. I have spent a substantial part of my life taking care of children around me as well as my own children.
The first reason that it would be impossible for society to function without respect is there would be more malice. More war outbreaks would occur; nobody would care what others would think of them for fighting. Less civilization lack of cleanliness would be a massive problem if there was no respect in society. There would be more abuse; humans and animals would be poorly treated. People would not know the difference between good and
If I have a problem, I will pray to god to give me a hope. Hopes helps us able to lighten our feelings. Always remind that there is hope to help our problems and also pray to god because god is our hope. “A smile is the beginning of peace.”
Do unto others as you would like them to do unto you - A quote from the bible if I’m not wrong. Sounds quite easy to do but in the society we are living in today I think it is one of the most difficult to achieve. We all think of ourselves in high esteem as decent individuals, but are we really? We tend to say one thing and do another, ask our children to do the right thing yet right in front of them we do the wrong thing. We’re taught that respect is earned, not demanded, have you earned the respect you are demanding for?
Can Society Function without Respect? Society would not be able to function without respect in our world. Too many people in our world are cruel to others because of what they look like, what they like to do, the amount of money they have, or who they love. While people are actively being rude and dishonest to one another, we as humans constantly walk past each other and don’t take it to consideration how bad the situation really is. People don’t recognize the pain others go through when our community lacks respect.
I feel that God through his Holy Spirit has drawn me into a nearness to him to the extent that on many occasions without having to agonize in prayer or search relentlessly through the scriptures I know the will of God. This does not mean that prayer and Bible study should not take pre-eminence in one’s life. However it is an assertion of the scripture that says "His Spirit beareth witness with our spirit that we are the children of God". I feel this nearness from the time I awake in the morning until I go to sleep at night and it is extremely comforting. Many times I feel and sometimes I do shout, Immanuel (God with us) and the rhythms of my heart resonate with the verse of scripture in the Psalms, “For the Lord of Host is with us and the God of Jacob is our refuge" and again to compound the nearness, “Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will fear no evil for you are with me and your rod and your staff they comfort me”.