Another prayer, in contemplation of the fruit of the Spirit:
My Lord and God, the Comforter, the Holy Spirit, teach to love the goals of this work. Through You Oh Holy Spirit, teach me to love the work.
Through loving you and the work through You, I count it all joy that I suffer in this work. Enlighten me Lord so that I may be more joyful as you comfort me and carry this burden with me.
Through the joy of suffering, give me oh Lord the peace which surpasses all understanding, that I know by You helping me in this burden and the joy I receive of Your presence, I may be at peace, that the light You shine at the end of this tunnel may be present even though it's a long way ahead.
Through Your peace Oh Comforter, give me patience that the long way ahead may not feel so long, but that the patience reflects a relationship with You that is eternal. Being in peace, I know patience, in that You will take care of all things in due time according to Your good will according to the time You see fit.
Through patience Oh Lord, help me to exude kindness towards others and towards my work. Help me to not curse my work when I hit a roadblock, but that I patiently take it step by step, to be kind to my mind as well as learn kindness to others despite my suffering in this work.
Through kindness Oh Lord, help me to do good. Grant me goodness, that I may do good with myself by applying what I am learning and remembering what I learn. Help me develop this goodness in my learning to be goodness to others. For just as kindness is my reaction towards others and this work through patience, so also goodness is my initiative towards others and this work through this kindness.
Through goodness Oh Lord, teach me faithfulness. Knowing the rewards of goodness in my life, I can then have consistency in my work, maintenance of the stage of work, steadfastness in the maintenance of the work, confidence in fulfilling and advancing the work, and trust in my level of working through Your faithfulness in me, the hope that I have in You.
Through faithfulness Oh Lord, teach me meekness. For in being consistent, I practice willful submission. For in healthy maintenance, I understand moderation. For in righteous steadfastness, I value modesty. For in confidence, I become gentle. And in trust, I am humbled. Help me to not forget to be consistently submissive, maintain moderation in my work, not to be burnt out, and burning out others in the process. By being steadfastly modest, Oh Lord that I may uproot all desire of vainglory and extremes, leading me to have the confidence to afford gentleness and to be truthfully and deeply rooted in humility. Only by faithfulness can I learn to become meek.
Through meekness Oh Lord, teach me self-control. For as soon as one learns submission, one learns subduing of the senses. For as soon as one learns moderation, one learns to stay focused. For as soon as one learns modesty, one learns stay away from extremes. For as soon as one learns gentleness, one learns mindfulness. For as soon as one learns humility, one learns one's capabilities and is able to discern and have wisdom how to guide oneself in life. When I master meekness Oh Lord, I proceed to learn to know myself, and to be able therefore to truly and masterfully control the self, true mastery of my destiny, that I would be able to proceed to the unknown virtues of angels and my interceding saints.
Grant me Oh Holy Spirit Your Holy and Precious fruits, that through them, which comes from You in eternity, which are You in grace, I may partake of Your Divine Life, and become in You a successful son of the Father.
Through Your gift and Life-Giving communion, with the Only Begotten Son, and the Father Who You proceed from, the Co-Essential Trinity in Glory, now, and at all times, and unto the ages of all ages. Amen!