For God alone my soul in silence waits…. — Psalm 62:6.
Every now and then my morning meditation takes me to that place where “my soul in silence waits.” It doesn’t happen often. I have too many mosquitos flying around in my head, but every now and then I reach that point where calm takes over and that feeling is indeed divine. It is usually a time when my tank is empty, and somehow my subconscious knows its time to refill the soul with God’s love.
If there is a phrase that embodies the feeling that meditation can bring it is “a soul in silence.” Take a few minutes today or tomorrow and let your soul rest in silence. It just might be the best few minutes you’ve experienced in a while.