Prayer

It’s common for a man to kneel at his bedside and pray for supply, but then attend the family reunion only to argue for his worthlessness.

And it’s common for a woman to kneel at her bedside and pray for love, but then meet a date only to argue for her loneliness.

And it’s common for one to kneel at the bedside and pray for creative self-expression, but then drive to the office only to argue for one’s limitations.

You see, you pray for what you perceive yourself to want.

But you pray harder for what you perceive yourself to be.