let us think about the twenty-four hours ahead.
We ask God to direct our thinking,
especially asking that it be divorced from self-pity
and from dishonest or self-seeking motives.
Free of these, we can employ our
mental faculties with assurance,
for God gave us brains to use.
Our thought life will be on a higher plane
when our thinking begins to
be cleared of wrong motives.
If we have to determine
which of the two courses to take,
we ask God for inspiration, an intuitive thought,
or a decision. Then we relax and take it easy,
and we are often surprised how the right answers
come after we have tried this for a while.
We usually conclude our meditation with a prayer
that we be shown all through the day
what our next step is to be,
asking especially for freedom from damaging self-will.
As Bill Sees It, P. 243