DP Daily Prompt: The Golden Hour Post by Ranu

Golden Hour

Golden Hour (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Golden Hour for me was, 6: 20 Am today. This time is based on the prayer schedule. I woke up at 6:05  Am and waited for the exact prayer time. In the meantime I washed and got ready.When it was time,I started my prayer.Morning prayer takes little more than five minutes to complete,this is mandatory,besides I include another twenty minutes. I got the idea from my friend,she prays for her parents and other relatives past and present.

I started about eight years ago. It gives me a very good feeling to pray for my parents,my relatives and my good friend. I do hope my prayer will bring peace to my near and dear ones.

6 :00 AM is a golden hour for me. I finish praying in twenty-five minutes. I then have my breakfast. I wait for the daily prompt which is built into my schedule. I look for Tagore’s poems to translate,some days I like to do the ones that are simple as well as meaningful. All of his poems and songs are delightful and full of important messages,if we try to understand. I am also able to do housework and take care of other worldly matters,it gives me a lot of time to get everything done.

If I go to bed at 3:00 Am my whole day will be wasted and I’ll accomplish nothing.

3 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: The Golden Hour Post by Ranu

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this. It’s clear that your golden hour, and the rest of your schedule as well, is full of activities that brings benefit to others. Thank you for this.

    All good wishes,

    robert

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