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A Day with God

As a career mom, my days are always full. I often feel that I am running to myself to the ground trying to fulfill my roles as a mother to a one boy, as a professional who has to teach other's children and meet the target for government's quality education, and as a supportive wife to a good family man and equally focused husband. I try to be at my best and do the excellent job in each role..


In doing all these, i tend to forget, at times, that I am also a Child of God. That is why I am writing this article to remind a fellow career woman to keep Sunday a Holy day. I am also guilty of not attending mass every Sunday. I just dropped by to church after my work in the afternoon and that is the only way I spend time to Him. I do not hear mass on Sundays. But I pray everyday.


My husband is an active church choir and insisted to hear mass as a commitment to Spiritual growth. In a process, we as a family are growing closer together and becoming relaxed and leave no worries.


I thank my husband for his timely reminder.


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luisga814 wrote on December 8, 2014, 12:10 AM

And because of my busy schedule, I find it difficult to attend my church activities. Even Sundays, I do have work. The institution I am working with is also open during Sundays for students who cannot attend classes during weekdays. My only connection with God is the Bible and a little prayer every meal and every night :)

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on December 8, 2014, 1:01 AM

Too many times, we let things that don't matter squeeze out the things that do. It's so important to remember to put God first.

crowntower wrote on December 8, 2014, 1:18 AM

I al I attend the church and the cell group, but still I was not able to fulfill my whole ministry life for some reason, I pray that I will.

scheng1 wrote on December 8, 2014, 7:41 AM

I think the Buddhists get it right when they develop walking meditation. When you walk in familiar places, you meditate about spiritual things.