“Everything is ‘Prewritten’ but with prayer it can be “Re Written”.
“When we pray, it’s a way of reminding ourselves that God is with us. Prayer doesn’t happen when we kneel or put our hands together and focus and expect things from God. Thinking positive and wanting good for others is a prayer when you hug a friend. That’s a prayer when you are feeding the hungry and giving drink to the thirsty. That’s a prayer, when we send off our near and dear ones and say, drive carefully or be safe. That’s a prayer when you are helping someone in need by giving you time and energy. You are praying. When you forgive someone by your heart, that is prayer, prayer is a vibration. A feeling. A thought, prayer is the voice of love, friendship, genuine relationships, prayer is an expression of your silent being.”
“Prayer is a confession of one’s own unworthiness and weakness. Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is the daily admission of one’s weakness. It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart. “
“All who call on God in true faith, earnestly from the heart, will certainly be heard, and will receive what they have asked and desired.”
Prayer is a deed of communication by humans with holy-God, the gods, the divine realm, or mystical powers. Prayer has been described in its sublimity as “an intimate friendship, a frequent conversation held along with the Beloved”. The most important part of any prayer, whether it be a prayer of desire, of thanksgiving, of praise, of the Lord, or of confession, is the introspection it provides, the moment that we spend looking at ourselves, seeing our role in the universe and our relationship to God and emphasizes the One to whom prayer is directed. Accordingly, prayer is not simply something that happens to the temple once a week (or even four times a day). Prayer is a basic part of everyday life. The kind of mental peace that we will derive from prayers can never be had from wealth and worldly honour, so all of us should pray the prayer. Any Prayer done in any languages, as laid down in his religion, has the effect.
May the Strength of God guide us.
May the Wisdom of God instruct us.
May the Hand of God protect us.
The prayer is a plea to God to support and help the devotee with whatever he or she is about to undertake or has done. The basic purpose of this prayer is an appeal to God for his protection and care, as well as being a plea for the welfare and prosperity of all mankind,
God knows what you want better than any else, but you should have patience and faith in him.
So when we often overwhelmed by the kindness of our well-wishers’ friends’ parents and others, including God, and those times are some of the best to offer up a prayer of gratitude to God. However, we often forget in those moments to offer up our thankfulness to God for the blessings in our lives. As we only remember the person or persons (of any religion, whether Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism, etc.) who have helped us in our difficult times, but we often forget the Lord who has sent help us in that situation through anybody. As every one of us has taken birth with the blessings of the lord in a particular house, in particular city in a particular country so irrespective of the religions we all should pray the Lord for the blessings you have bestowed on our life. All the people we should thank the Lord, the giver of all life, for the gift of life which we have got with his blessings.
So we should pray the God to teach me to recognize the sacredness of my life. Teach me to honour the sacredness of others. Remove from me the selfishness that prevents me from experiencing the majesty of each soul. Help me to recover from the humiliation that I have suffered and which have diminished my self-respect. Restore in me the conscious understanding that Your Holy Spirit lives in me and that all my actions and thoughts should reflect the holiness of Your indwelling Presence. Sanctify my life, God, that I might be a blessing to all whom I meet. Let this world be a brighter place because You reached out to others through my simple acts of kindness. Help me to believe in my own good that I may resist temptation and celebrate Your gift of life which we have got your blessings.
“Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is the daily admission of one’s weakness. It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart.”-