My heart’s desire is to know God.
As a child, I may have demanded a particular toy or treat. It seemed so important at the time! As I matured, my desires became less about tangible things and more about spiritual matters. Now, I understand the fleeting nature of worldly success and the permanence of true prosperity. My greatest source of wealth is my relationship with God. I give thanks for opportunities to grow closer to Spirit. I embrace activities that draw me closer to God. I may find Spirit while singing in a choir, caring for my family, or being of service. Throughout the day, I remind myself my heart’s desire is to know and live in Love.
May he grant you your heart’s desire, and fulfill all your plans.—Psalm 20:4