While it’s nice to have the Blessed Sacrament to pray before, the goal should be to live a life in the presence of God, that is a never ending prayer, wherever we are.
“A deep mutual gaze, and we seemingly separate for a while; but, in reality, we never do. Our hearts are constantly united. Though outwardly I am distracted by my various duties, the presence of Jesus plunges me constantly into profound recollection.” St. Faustina Kowalska
In anticipation of and preparation for the Octave Day of Easter (Divine Mercy Sunday) it is good to pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, as we seek reconciliation for ourselves and others.