Breaking Bread For 6.20.22

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A miserable heart means a miserable life; a cheerful heart fills the day with song.

Proverbs 15:15 MSG


Optimism is that faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.”

— Helen Keller

I read that each day is a “non-renewable resource” that once gone can never be reclaimed or relived — no matter how hard we try. So knowing this, we should live each day to its fullest. We should celebrate all victories no matter how small. We should laugh and smile, and rejoice in the life we have. Even in sorrow and the gloomiest of days, you should be able to see a rainbow and SMILE!


Father, I pray that I always find a way to smile through each day regardless of what comes my way. In heartaches and failures, I want to still find a way to smile and be appreciative for the blessings You have given me.

I want to always find time to spend alone with You. I want to live with a spirit of appreciation, not entitlement, fear, doubt, cynicism, bitterness, boredom, laziness, or pessimism. I want to see each day as a new gift that will never be the same thereafter, as it wasn’t the day before. I want my energy to reflect our relationship. Let that energy fill others and bless them. I pray to You humbly and graciously. Thank You, Father!

Love always,


Copyright 2012-2022. Natasha L. Foreman. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha L. Foreman.

Music: Quiescent In Time by Shane Ivers –

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