Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book ‘How to be Successful in Present Day World’ by Professor Pradeep Chaswal and Dr. Deepak Chaswal.
Today I pray, “Dear God, This morning I awoke to a present day miracle. I posted a blog titled ‘IN A NEW YORK MINUTE’ on Thursday, January 28th, in which I wrote about the power of humor in raising our spirits toward healing. The passage that day was ‘Remember to Mention your Pet Frog.’ And I also mentioned The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. I was certain that the passage was ambiguous — I did not know why I was insistently led to post it. In faith, I stayed up to watch The Late Show the following night, Friday, hoping to receive insight on Thursday’s blog post meaning, as everything I wrote seemed to supernaturally pour onto the pages like a mid-winter’s spring rain. Concurrently, the episode aired was a re-broadcast of a previous night’s episode.
Monday night, last night, I stayed awake through Colbert’s opening monologue, yet fell asleep within the first 10 minutes — due to sleepiness, not lack of entertainment. I absolutely love The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. It is the show that would bring me to purchase a DVR, which I have mentioned to more than one person in my personal life. I awoke this morning, Tuesday, Groundhogs Day, to something original and unfamiliar. A national morning news program played a clip of a sketch from The Late Show, which had aired last night after I fell asleep. The sketch featured Stephen Colbert having a conversation of pontification with none other than Kermit the Frog.
I am posting the clip below. In reading Thursday’s blog post and viewing this clip, I have come to one conclusion: Either You solely created this by design or You soul-ly created this by inspiration. Either this is a prophecy thing or a bit of a deep-pockets thing. If a reader contacted Colbert’s “people,” thereby assembling a team of writers to bring this connection to life, I am tickled. Either way, today was an early springtime of delight. Thank You sooooo much for this. I love You. Amen.”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:
“Our thinking creates an invisible environment around us, and this environment is responsible for our present and future position in society.”
I honestly, in all of my prophecies, intentions, and attractions of desired results, have not had an experience as adored as this morning’s glory. I stand in honoring ovation to God, my readers, and all of the people who made that television comedy sketch a possibility. Thank You, God. Thank you, Stephen Colbert. Thank you, writers, producers, and all possibility-makers at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Thank you to every person who was a part of that sketch being brought into existence of joyance. It may seem like a small and fortuitous incident, yet to me, this was an enormous feat of entertaining pleasure. It’s not easy being keen, yet it can certainly be enchantingly fulfilling.