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Somebody Prayed For Me

I Let “It” Go

Christmas morning and table grace have been my only prayer since Friday. I don’t know…no reason really…just been so busy worrying and trying to take care of everything that prayer seemed less active, less kinetic. Last night, I was a little stressed and frustrated that I wasn’t able to complete what I had set out to do for the day. I honoured my body and went out to dinner to take a break and came home and went to sleep once I finished up a piece I was working on. I didn’t pray but let it go.
Someone Kept the Energy in Motion
I just received word, via email, that somebody prayed for me. The following message is from a friend from childhood that I rarely speak with. In fact, the last time we corresponded was almost a year ago:
Recycle Positive Energy
In addition to the gift of encouragement, it was a reminder that I need to pray for myself. Also, I took a vow to pray for a friend each day until the end of the year; this was a reminder to get back to business. I believe in prayer; but if you don’t, just take the time and focus off of yourself for a few minutes and “donate” it to someone else.

“Time can bring you down, time can bend your knees” – Eric Clapton, Tears in Heaven
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Leslie discovered the power of the pen in the third grade after her family moved to a new school district. Writing became a way to sort out her new surroundings and escape to fantasy landscapes. That child, and voice, has matured into a poet, writer, blogger, journalist, online content creator and editor. Leslie is a social entrepreneur with a demonstrated commitment to community. She is an active community member in Washtenaw County (Michigan) with expertise in social media marketing and content management systems, volunteer coordination and writing and 19 years of experience in the areas of online community management, training, leadership development, and social networking. She is interested in facilitating connection with both community residents and businesses. Through this work, the economy of the community is improved and the organizations are financially successful. Her main mode of advocacy and online community, however, is through writing.

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