“A Prayer is an act, and prayerfulness is an attitude. The right attitude serves like a shock absorber against a sense of disappointment and failure. Seeing through the complexities of a situation to choose the right course of action is possible if one has adequate grace; and grace is earned by prayer. Mature, objective response to both pleasant and unpleasant situations comes from prayerful attitude. The act of prayer serve to make one prayerful.
Being prayerful, one’s response to varying situations would be effective without one being in anyway affected. This attitude also helps one to accept one’s past, as well as the present situation. The more prayerful one is, the freer one becomes from guilt, hurt, and from self-loath. In the wake of graceful acceptance, there is serenity.”
This is a very useful book consisting of independent topics under one title ‘Prayer Guide’. A given topic may be a discussion on a verse that one may be chanting daily, or a word that needs to be understood thoroughly.
Over a period of time I had talked on different occasions like Guru-purnima, Sankara-jayanti and so on, and they are all here; each is found strengthening a weak link in our total understanding. Therefore, I consider this book will be found useful to every reader. I enjoyed my reading and re-editing this book.
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