Time for contemplation

Are we living in an age in which we can't afford time for contemplation? Maybe we haven't really had time to think about it!

Why not take a portion of the time already set aside to read this magazine to consider the importance of regular contemplation. But this kind of contemplation isn't just about anything that catches our attention. It isn't setting out to think through some personal challenge or a tough situation at work. It's not according to a personal agenda. While such matters do require thoughtful, prayerful attention, the contemplation I'm talking about is of a different order—contemplating spiritual things first.

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