And how Jesus tells us to "Go into your room" to pray.
Ambrose explains, "by 'room' you must understand, not a room enclosed by walls that imprison your body, but the room that is within you, the room where you hide your thoughts, where you keep your affections. This room of prayer is always with you, wherever you are, and it is always a secret room, where only God can see you."
Let us remember today, the Kingdom of God is within us. Lk 17: 21 And our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit. 1 Cor 6: 19
So, indeed, as Ambrose says, "every place is a place of prayer."
|in a garden|
|on an airplane|
|in a chapel|