Yesterday I was taking a walk with my dog in the snow. Everything looked so pristine and crisp and clean, little icicles hanging off of trees, blankets of snow in the fields, and birds hunting around for something to eat. If I was in a rush I would have neglected to notice the goodness of creation, that God created the stars in the sky and the trees and the animals. Yesterday I stopped for a moment and realized that despite the fact that I don't enjoy either shoveling snow or driving in it, I did enjoy the gorgeous landscape and the sun shimmering over the snow capped wheat fields nearby. Yesterday I experienced the goodness of creation---remembering that all of this is a gift from God. This is what practicing the presence of God means, always remembering God each and every day.
What do you notice about creation?
How do you see God in everyday things?
How do you practice the presence of God?