The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity Day 26 Chapter 8 Take Time for Solitude

We made great strides on decluttering. It felt good. We make a new commitment to declutter at least 15 minutes each day.

We are very good at solitude already. We take plenty of quiet time alone each morning as part of our daily routine. I enjoy my coffee and journal while I watch the birds and rabbits play in the front yard. I’ve been making room for solitude since my children were very small. That’s been about 20 years ago.

Lizabeth takes her time as she wakes up every morning before she gets out of bed. We value this time and if we don’t get it, the whole day seems to be out of whack.

How about you? Do you practice a time of solitude? Do you make time to spend alone with God?

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  1. Vivian Miller says

    I have no problem with solitude. I crave it and usually can find time during the day when I “go apart” for a while and just be with myself. I live near a Metro Park and can go there and just sit in my car and think or play WWF or read. I watch the animals scurry through the grass and feel at one with nature.

    My day starts with thanking God for the wake up call, showering, doing my reading and writing and 20 min. meditation. Some times I eliminate the writing until a few hours later, but I am the most introspective when I do it first thing in the morning. I love my bedroom because it provides solitude for me and that is wonderful. I recently had to (at her request) find my mom’s insurance papers. She just wanted to be sure that I was properly provided for when she is no longer here. That process took some getting quiet and I was directed straight to all her papers. Solitude is very under rated. I couldn’t survive without my quite times.

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