Mindful Minutes with the Merry Monk, 3 Ask and it shall be given
Many of us are often tempted to believe we can do it all on our own. Whatever IT might happen to be. This is usually a great mistake. Why forget ancient wisdom? It teaches us that “many hands make light work” and “two heads are better than one.” You and I would do better to graciously accept the help of others. Makes their day too!
Mindful Minutes with the Merry Monk, 2 Finding Your Passion
The most important thing in your life is to discover, live and enjoy to the full your authentic passions and gifts. This helps create your deepest happiness and fulfilment. Why stick with what’s not working? Maybe even something you hate? It’s not hard to learn what you would love to do, love to be, love to have.
Christian Meditation 5: A Passion for Justice
Here we focus on those who stand up for justice, even at great personal cost. Such heroes deserve our admiration, gratitude and imitation. Ask yourself – am I afraid to speak up for my values? Could I be better in the future? Am I just? Honest? True in all I do? Have you a passion to see justice done?
Christian Meditation 4: Your Christian call to Humility
Humility, a beautiful virtue, is simply to recognise, with deep gratitude, that all we have, and all that we do, and all that we are comes from our creator, the God of love. As Jesus himself tells us “Without me, you can do nothing.” Are you truly humble in your dealings with God, and with other people? No arrogance?
Christian Meditation 2: Discover God’s Purpose for your Life
Mindful Minutes with the Merry Monk, 1 The Meaning of Life
In spite of what many feel, life does have profound purpose and meaning. No need to despair. We all need to search and find what makes sense to us. Above all you are designed to grow, become great, and make a difference. And remember: life’s greatest joy and purpose is to love, give and become happy and fulfilled.
Christian Meditation 1: God’s Purpose for your life
How to use these Christian Meditations
Meditation is really quite simple. You just open your heart and mind in prayer, and come closer to God and His purpose for your life. A time of quiet thought and mindful reflection. I am convinced that this little dedication of your time and energy will help you to keep better focussed on your true purpose in life, and find happiness in making a difference. Why not make this ancient form of prayer an essential part of your everyday life?