Dealing with distractions in prayer. Crash course taught by Shadow-dog

Number one, above, you notice you’re distracted. That’s important. Now you can do something about it.

Number two, below, without suppressing or denying the distraction – because when did that ever work? – you continue with what’s most important.

By the way, that was one bite, chomping off that tyrannosaurus rex hip socket, before proceeding to get the marrow out of the bone itself. Goooood daaaaawg!

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Filed under Dogs, Spiritual life

3 responses to “Dealing with distractions in prayer. Crash course taught by Shadow-dog

  1. catherine

    You look and watch Shadow-dog and the world feels normal again. You can’t help but love this dog.

  2. Karen Rodgers

    Thank you! This made me smile today,

    bless you both,

    Karen

  3. Gina Nakagawa

    Like owner…like doggie (he certainly is a handsome fellow). Thank you, Father (said with a great big smile).

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