“No human being is broken. We become disconnected from Source very easily.” – George Gray Eagle Bertelstein
A Word of Hope
When I read this quote, I was amazed by its power! We do so often become disconnected from our Source. God is always there, but we often get so busy that we forget, or pull away. And we often cry “where is God when I am suffering?”
Our attention span is short and shiny objects distract us from our journey and purpose! Our work gets in the way. Our growing families keep us busy. We often say, “If I just had more time, I would. . . “
If we learn to carve out time for the important relationship with God at the top of our priorities and at the beginning of our day, we find that we are less likely to become disconnected from our Source. It took a teenage daughter to convince me that God didn’t mind the fact that I wasn’t a morning person! (She was surely not Miss Sunshine first thing in the morning!) I had convinced myself that it was best for me to have my time with God at night.
I changed my routine and started my day with God. It was during the most challenging time of my life. But I began to discover that if I was securely connected to God first thing each day those difficult roadblocks and mountains I had to climb seemed a little more manageable. And it prepared me for the next time life was full of land mines.
I hope you have a plan to keep yourself connected! God doesn’t disconnect from us. But we must make our effort to be sure we stay connected.
Precious God who is our Source of life and love, thank you for always being there for us! Thank you for helping us be our best self if we remember to remain connected to you.