Day16 #WritingMyselfWhole: In Prayers of Kindness

Sometimes life can be hard. Even to just breathe continuously without interruptions. There’s always something that takes my breath away. And then I tell myself. Hey! You’re the one holding -breathe girl. Breathe.


I like to think today is a good today to help somebody. Today is a good day to be kind. Today is a good day to  just be me. Today is a good day to enjoy the journey, not wanting anything, just enjoying everything.

photo of me in digital art form

I remember praying for my mother’s healing and now with her on the other side. Mama I want you know, I never stopped praying…I pray for the shooting in Buffalo N.Y. I pray for senseless wars everywhere. I pray for my fellow bloggers and those who I meet. I pray because I need to feel God. I pray that God feels me. I pray when I take my last breath, the world will be better, because I was a vessel of kindness. I pray I was joy in somebody’s sadness. I pray I was light in the oil of sorrow. I pray I was the beauty of gladness in hard times. I pray I was there to give, to give healing and put a dent in somebody’s suffering. This is what I pray Amen.

16 thoughts on “Day16 #WritingMyselfWhole: In Prayers of Kindness

  1. Americaoncoffee

    Mankind will come to understand that love is one of the greatest virtues that is full of God’s power. What’s beautiful, loving share.

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  2. Kym Gordon Moore

    Beautifully expressed Krissy. 👏🏼✨👏🏼 We had some prayin’ mommas and now, it’s our turn. 💖🙏🏼💜 Prayer is a constant daily occurrence for me and I know it is for you too. And yes ma’am, prayer can change some things. Don’t slow down and don’t stop. The world continues to try to throw us in a tailspin, but we must send it spinning back! That’s what prayer will do! That’s how powerful it is. Thanks so much for sharing a piece of yourself with us today! 🥰💋😊🦋🥂

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  3. Maren

    The naming-out of your praying breaks through the ways distractions — things to do, things forgotten, regrets, menus, the calling of children — try to hook the prayerfulness away. Bless you for these prayers and this pattern of praying.

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