On Saturday (9/26/15) we read from "Disciplines for the Inner Life," by Bob Benson, Sr., specifically from chapter 6 on Solitude.
"In solitude we can slowly unmask the illusion of our possessiveness and discover in the center, but what is given to us. It is in solitude that we discover that being is more important than having, and that we are worth more than the result of our efforts. In solitude we discover that our life is not a possession to be defended, but a gift to be shared.
Focus Topic: You are worthy no matter how much effort you make: none, little, or a lot.