Daily Inspiration: Wake Up



What do you every single day? Wake up, brush your teeth, go to the bathroom, eat, and take a shower? What would a complete list of daily activities look like? I bet it would be very full. Walk the dog, go to work, make dinner. Thank God for the daily routine that keeps you out of trouble, (mostly!) and makes you productive. 

Everyone is not so fortunate. Waking up is not an everyday thing for Doris. She doesn’t sleep like regular people do.  Doris has such a severe sleep disorder, that there is no clear distinction between her days and nights. When her body gets tired her mind is alert. On a good day she’ll catch a few hours of sleep, but she’s never refreshed. Medical experts have failed to help her and every known home remedy for sleep has been tried.

Doris was talking to a friend with healthy sleep habits. “You need to appreciate the fact that you can sleep. There is no greater gift than the normalcy of going to bed, falling asleep, and waking up refreshed.”

With so much to be grateful for, it’s a shame we need Doris to remind us that something as basic as falling asleep is a gift from God. Say a prayer for sleep each night and you’ll find a new light shines for you as the day dawns.

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