Sep 21, 2012
There's a part of most people's lives in which the most important aspects occur in complete privacy when they won't be interrupted, and the details are strictly your own business. I'm talking about your prayer life, of course. Did you think I had something else in mind?
A very dear friend, who happens to be a Roma Catholic priest once told how he was advised just before his ordination that he needed to jealously guard his prayer life. And with good reason! And you don't have to be clergy to need to protect that part of your life.
And, of course, your prayer life is something that evolves, like your intellectual life.
Let's expore it and its implications.