With today’s technology, we can keep track of the number of steps we take each day without having to count them. Yesterday, I walked 30,000 steps and felt good about it. Next time, I want to do 40,000 steps. Am I taking these steps towards God or taking them away from God? There is no technology created for that. If I thanked God with every step I took, I would have a chance to thank Him 30,000 times. I did not. I did thank him for the good weather, admired all aspects of His creation, thanked my legs for not giving up on me. Luckily it was Saturday, and not many phone calls. I was able to keep silent for more than 95 percent of the walk. My mind was wandering, yet the silence made me peaceful. It rejuvenated me. It is hard to keep your mind on God for the entire journey. At the same time, not keeping your mind too occupied, is automatically experiencing the Lord. The less we involve our minds in worldly matters, the more we are connected with the Divine self. So, in this walk of life, I may not think of God 24 hours a day, but by not over-thinking about stupid things is also being connected with God. My last thank you to God is for making it so easy to be with Him without even being with Him. — Satish Daryanani

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