Quest for quiet time

There is something that affects all parents with young and active children. Our ability to have “quiet time” to ourselves becomes far more difficult. This is especially true when you are the primary caregiver to that particular child. This lack of personal quiet time can sometimes lead to wondering if you are going to find time to worship the Gods, because we are taught that we need to be quiet in our times of worship.

This is when the simple everyday rituals become even more important, whether we truly have “quiet” time to do them in. A daily offering can still be made in the middle of fixing breakfast for a 3 year-old. Taking time to say a prayer of thanksgiving before a meal can still be done even if the child has already started to eat. The CHILD will pick up on these things and sooner than you think they will be reminding YOU……

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