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[*] posted on 25-8-2015 at 06:08
An American university scholar and the Daily Fail.

[*] posted on 25-8-2015 at 01:45
Originally posted by marymary100
Research says we feel closer to God first thing in the morning.

What research?

I would have expected it to vary from one person to another, and to vary by circumstance (e.g., a person who has his devotional time before bed would be in a different situation from one who attends morning mass before work).

[*] posted on 25-8-2015 at 00:01
Not here! I feel closer to God, every time something happens to remind me that he is looking after us. Sometimes it is as simple as getting a small job to earn enough to purchase a bottle of milk on off pay week.

[*] posted on 24-8-2015 at 16:41
Research says we feel closer to God first thing in the morning.

Does that fit with your experience?

It would certainly explain the call to prayer pre-dawn in Islam for example.