Pray prior to inspiration

Many of us regretfully refrain from habitual prayer, waiting for an urge that is complete, sudden and unexampled. But the unexampled is scarce, and perpetual refraining can easily grow into a habit. We may even come to forget what to regret, what to miss. (Abraham Joshua Heschel)

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