I came back from Jordan over 10 days ago, my head brimming with food stories that had already penned themselves in my mind even before I was done digesting them. And then…right in the midst of photo editing, going to the gym, buying labneh, doing all of the things that are so mundane and inconsequential…Life happened. The sister of my closest, most special friend fell terribly ill and is now in critical condition in the hospital.
On the way back from seeing her last evening, a dear friend mentioned that I should read a book on Quantum Physics. That this book talks about the value of collective prayer. Of collective anonymous prayer.
I haven’t read the book yet, but we’re ready to try anything right now. If you have a moment to spare, please pray for a young lady who has had more social impact on her community than most people can dream of having over a lifetime.
Please pray for my friend and her family.
8 thoughts on “The Power of Prayer.”
Our prayers for her!! and to all of you! be strong! we shall overcome !!
I believe that collective prayer can be of enormous effect. Rubeen is in my thoughts everyday and even though I have never met, I can tell that she has had a special impact on all those around her. Much love and strength to all of you in these difficult times. Hope they pass soon.
You have my very best wishes that yiur friend makes a quick and complete recovery. xx Hugs xx
Our prayers for your friend’s sister and her family. God bless!
I am sending my prayers best I can!