Sacred to Pray

Submitted to dVerse for the theme of Holy Places

Amidst my kingdom, there are many places to be 

For every uniqueness, I offer diversity 

Unite your spirit with my love 

In all places, I shall watch from above. 


Don’t succumb to a solitary station to pray 

I remain with you as you share, in every way 

Find a place that makes you feel whole 

And we will unite in body and soul 


Feel free to discover who you’re truly meant to be 

I’m content with the growth of individuality 

Any place is sacred to pray 

When we connect, others may be dismayed 


I believe that God is life and love and is all around. I don’t believe sacred destinations will boost a spiritual connection. I’m confident we are individuals with unique qualities and are free to choose our own way to connect with life. We may follow others to explore, but we possess an individual practice to restore. God is proud when we choose to be who we’re meant to be.


Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

9 thoughts on “Sacred to Pray

  1. For all the GRains of Sand Are Different NoW MoRE
    For all the CoLors of Love Dance and Sing Differently
    For all the Holy and Sacred we co-Create within now
    And Sings EveN
    More NoW aS Wisdom’s
    Beauty Brighter Flicker
    Flame Torch Bonfire
    LiGHT Colors
    DiFFeReNT LoVES..:)


  2. Yes, there was much peace and conviction in this piece, Astrid. The line, “For every uniqueness, I offer diversity”
    was a comfort to me because it seems the whole world, while praising diversity with its tongue, attempts to achieve a lifeless homogeneity. People fear deviating from the made-up norm. Anyway, I love the celebration of the myriad ways one can pray and know God.

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  3. Love the line about not succumbing to one solitary place to pray.,, and the last line that others may be dismayed by our connection with God.


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