Taking our Time

We are almost near to our Finish Line in this month long devotion of 31 days of Practical Spirituality. I have committed performing this nightly devotion in celebration of my 8 years dedication to the Correllian Order of Peace Weavers and also in preparation to our 9th Year Anniversary of Incorporation and Registration of Luntiang Aghama to the Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission.

Today in our Practical Spirituality devotion, we have talked about taking our time. Since all of us in this world are all bounded by time and space, and as a human we all have our limitations. The limitation that we have in this physical body allows us to have a time out or break. Which means when we get tired, we are allowed to have a break and rest. We are allowed to enjoy movement so as we can enjoy to have rest. And having the ability to rest and sleep is a real blessings for us humans and all other creatures.

But as we rest, there are other creatures of the Divine Creator has no chance to rest. Such as our planet which continually revolves around the sun so as the time. When we are at rest, that doesn’t mean that time also stop and have a rest. So as the Sun or the Moon or the Stars did not stop giving us light above the sky. Even the air that we breathe does not stop giving air for us to respirate.

As human being, we must embrace this blessings that we have recieved from the Divine that we have this opportunity to move as well as to rest. Let us use this blessings of rest to gather our strength that we can continue to move and reach our destination in our life journey.

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