The best habit I ha e ever developed is the prayer. Prayer has been one of the best and life changing habits I have developed in my life. Prayer allows me the ability to vent, anytime, anyplace, and in any space. I enjoy the conversations I have with God and the time we spend together.
Learning to pray was not always easy. Many people think that there is a specific formula and a method to praying, when it is really not. Prayer is simply your exchange with the divine there is no formal way to do it or a right or wrong way. I found that God and I often had our best and deepest conversations in the car on the way to work. It was a great way to start the work day and provided me to spiritually and mentally prepare for the day ahead.
Prayer is the best habit I have cultivated and has definitely changed my life for the better. Because of the pressure to pray the ‘right’ way it was hard to develop a prayer life. Releasing the need to please others or feel accepted by their definition of prayer has allowed me the ability to be free and open before God. I have seen how prayer as helped and changed me in may good ways. Writer Anne Lamott says the most profound prayers are: Help… and Thank You. I believe there is one more but I forgot it. Here is to reminding you all that not all habits are bad and life has more in store.