Prayer is not a stratagem for occasional use, a refuge to resort to now and then. It is rather like an established residence for the innermost self. All things have a home: the bird has a nest, the fox has a hole, the bee has a hive. A soul without prayer is a soul without a home. –By Abraham Joshua Heschel
Source: The Wisdom of Heschel
A soul in prayer, then, is a soul at home?
Question: When or where is your soul most at home?