After spending lots of time in the past month on themes regarding the soul, the practical question naturally arises: "How do you find intimacy with Christ in the midst of our busy world?" Or to phrase it another way, "How do you do a day?" Jesus taught us to pray for our "daily bread" and to "not worry about tomorrow." But many of us don't know how to do that in a meaningful way. Borrowing yet again from the Psalms, we discover that the people of Israel broke up their day into portions: Morning, Noon, Evening, and Night Watches. This week we will explore the portions of a day and discuss how to bring each part intentionally before God in reflection and prayer. David's anguish in Psalm 55 is brought before God "evening, morning, and noon." How can we do the same?