What if God is always coming to me in each present moment, no matter how busy or blind or disinterested I am? What if He is always knocking and calling (in every sight and sound, joy and pain) and waiting to be welcomed in? If He is, then today has no mundane moments -- not even one.
"Never let yourself think that because God has given you many things to do . . . pressing routine jobs, a life full up with duties and demands of a very practical sort -- that all these need separate you from communion with Him. God is always coming to you in the Sacrament of the Present Moment. Meet and receive Him there with gratitude . . . ; however unexpected its outward form may be receive Him in every sight and sound, joy, pain, opportunity and sacrifice." Evelyn Underhill
“I stand at the door. I knock. If you hear Me calling and you open the door, I will come in. . . .” Revelations 3:20