DAILY PRAYER TO END RACISM
DAY OF EXPRESSION – HEART
God’s Word for Today
Jesus Talks With a Samaritan Woman
11 “Sir,” the woman said, “you have nothing to draw with and the well is deep. Where can you get this living water?
We are all in the same situation as the Samaritan Woman. We are powerless and feel discouraged. Let’s take a moment to feel those emotions. They are the starting point of a change. They lead us to the next question of asking God: “Where can we get this eternal water?”
Every healing process needs us to let the emotions we are feeling to be expressed; to be expressed in a non-violent way, in a constructive way, without judgment on what we feel. Sadness, anger, and all other expressions of frustrations are not bad or good. They are just a vehicle of transformation. They show us there is something to move on from and to go to. They are indicators of change. Let’s embrace our feelings and use them as a power of transformation. How do we feel in our body? How do we feel in our heart? How do we feel in our head, the ideas, the thoughts we are having right now? How do we feel in our connection with our soul, with our highest purposes and ideals in life? Let’s take this day to put the light on what is going on in our country as much as what is going on in ourselves through the lens of our Heart.
Prayer and contemplation
What does the pain and grief in me feel like?
In which situations of my life have I encountered the same type of feelings?
How can I express it out in a constructive way?
We invite you to light a candle, take a cross or a bible, and go simply in a calm space and start breathing for a few seconds.
Shine the light on a particular overwhelming emotion that you feel.
Ask God to support you in your pain and towards happiness.
Ask the Holy Spirit to heal you and everyone.
Ask the Son, Christ, to be with us and in us so we can not only believe, not only follow but abide.
Together we pray.
Let’s end racism, once and for all. One human family, in God.
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