When the object and the subject of my prayer become one, I can move mountains.
I know this to be true, for I have experienced it firsthand.
It requires an intensity of focus that is not easy to achieve . . .
and only comes with practice. Some call it meditation.
But I call it prayer.
Many of you ask, “How do you get all of those amazing photographs?”
The answer might not be what you expect, for the secret lies not in the camera or even in the photographer. The secret lies in a prayer.
When I am still in nature, I feel a divine energy swirling beauty around me, and my soul radiates a grateful prayer.
The more grateful I am, the more beauty I see.
The secret to answered prayer lies in intensely feeling the result of the prayer I seek and . . .
knowing with absolute certainty that answer is possible.
The Gospel of Thomas verse 106: Jesus said: When you make the two one, (thought and feeling) you will become sons of man, and when you say: Mountain, move away, it will move away.
Peace to you from the Prairie.
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