Twenty Four Hours A Day is one of my favorite books. I have read it over and over and each time it resonates with me more than before. I need to be in a state of acceptance at least to read then hear then understand then put in my daily living one day at a time for the miraculous amount of 24 hours. I believe that what we each do here on earth for the good of all will save a spot for us with our heavenly Father or a God of your own understanding.
Useful and thought-provoking I try to read this book daily. It's much easier since I have the app and it pops up on my phone at 9A each morning. I have no problem with the app. It works and is easy to use. The reason I didn't give 5 stars is because I don't subscribe to some of what it teaches. It's feels very Judeo-Christian, but it does rovoke me to think and to "pray" as I see fit.
Meditation Good/New Format NOT Meditation Always Good feels like directly from God to me/New Format in last year got used to. I've been reading it daily for about 18 years now. It seems to crash on 1 st opening about 1/2 the time, otherwise I would rate it a 5.
Like it First time reading it. Love having it as a daily reader on my phone, but would like it even more if I had option to highlight sentences. That's just me. In my books I underline things that particularly resonate with me. Do like the option app has to star favorite readings.
Super easy format to use. Great messages! Got this so I would have my daily readings with me when I travel but it's so easy to use, I find myself continuing use this version on a daily basis. I find God on these pages plus a daily reminder to take my focus off myself. Great design!
Like that it pops up on my notifications every day! Would like to add a journal component
• Fixed bug in the calendar that was causing the wrong meditation to appear when selecting by date
• Other bug fixes and speed enhancements
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