He suggests how we can make life a continuous prayer and a means to meeting God in all we do each day.
These suggestions can aid us in avoiding and falling into a non thinking routine in the spiritual life.
Do we face the situations for what they are, or do we avoid them or worst still, like most of us, justify our reasons for avoiding them?
Using personal examples, Kelly explains how this avoidance reduces our happiness and then suggests ways to overcome this trait and to really accept the happiness we so crave.
The DVD, Letters to God is the heartwarming story of a young cancer victim’s correspondence with God .
It was her love and knowledge of Christ’s life and example that allowed her to persist in her vocation.
She knew Christ was always there watching over her even when His voice seemed silent.
If you haven’t had the chance or time to read Matthew Kelly’s latest book Resisting Happiness, I strongly encourage you do so and the library will kindly check a copy out to you.
In his own personal, straightforward and friendly style Kelly asks us to examine very serious concerns in our lives and then to consider how we approach them.