Separated.

8 Nov

It’s been too long, far too long, since I spent time in the company of the gods, or my fellow Remetj.

I know this. Not a day goes by where I think that I should be performing Senut, or that something vital is missing in my life. Last Tepy-Semdet, I offered Djehuty a novel because the upcoming (now current) month would be (is) NaNoWriMo. While I did start, I haven’t written in several days because I was discouraged. I cannot tell you when I last attended a fellowship chat or a dua.

I need to change this.

Netjer, to you, in this space, I pray: give me the will to rise from bed in the morning, that I might purify myself and celebrate each Zep-Tepi with Senut. Give me the will to write each night, that I might finish this novel, regardless of its quality (or even its sense). Give me the freedom to celebrate life with my House at our duas and fellowship chats. And, most of all, bring me the balance that I might accomplish spiritual growth while fulfilling my academic, vocational, and social duties and goals.

This, I pray Netjer. Help me to grow strong in You again.

One Response to “Separated.”

  1. Emky November 8, 2011 at 6:02 pm #

    I feel you. And I hope that this prayer to Netjer is your entryway back to the place you wish to be. Doing something, no matter how little, counts just as much as doing all the things ever. 🙂

    (Slightly more irreverently: Nanowrimo is gleeful, challenging insanity. It’s okay to not write for several days. You can totally pick up the virtual pen at any point and charge through the creative briars. It doesn’t have to be right, it just has to be written. ~_^)

    I’ll add my prayer to yours: May Netjer be with you and guide you.

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