The story goes saying that a rich man who owned nineteen horses had prepared a Will according to which half the horses he owned should go to his only son, one forth to the village temple and one fifth to his faithful servant. The village elders could not stop scratching their heads. Even cutting a few horses into halves would not solve that puzzle. It was then a wise man came along riding on his horse. He lined up all the 19 horses and added his own horse also to make the number twenty. He gave ten horses to the son; five horses to the temple and four horses to the servant. After all the business, there remained his lovely horse, undivided. He gently mounted his horse, turned to the villagers and said, “In our daily lives, in our daily affairs, especially when there are problems, simply add God's name and then go about facing the day's happenings.”
Moral stories and profound discourses that ask us to add the name of God every moment of our life is sold at discount rates; still we are hesitant to follow them, mostly because we are not sure of a positive resultant experience. Similar messages never go to the programming part of our brain. The reason is three fold: first we believe that we are sinners unworthy of divine care and protection; next is our ignorance on our own relevance in this universe and finally comes our misunderstanding of God.