I'll tell you one how you do it...
Remember this post: http://suburbansettler.blogspot.com/2011/12/grandmas-apron.html
and this one?
For several years now, I've participated in this little private game God started with me. He gives me a special gift for say a birthday or a traditional gifting holiday, and my part is simply to recognize it and express my thanks. One year, it was cherry blossoms everywhere--even decorating the cake--for my birthday. Another it was a music box that suddenly played of its own accord--which it had never done before and hasn't done since. These are the gifts I receive.
This past Christmas, I perceived that I was to look for an apron.
But, it didn't come at Christmas.
I tried to help it along. I asked for one, and received one...which was nice, but it didn't come with a "that's the one" feel to it. I apologized for trying to arrange my own gift.
But then in April, when the apron-impression had been chalked up as a misfire, I went to preview a tea parlor as a place for my knitting club to visit on field trip. (A visit we later did make.)
On a lark, I responded to a help wanted sign in that tea parlor's window. I got the job, and by early June, I was serving tea there part time! As work goes, it is beautifully suited to my temperament, my schedule, and my ambition level for the time being.
Still, it took a while for me to realize the significance and send the Divine Gift-giver His official thank you.
Finally, one day, it hit me. As I walked in the door and turned to the "uniform rack" I realized just what it was I that I wore every day there: an apron.
I finally got my "that's the one" feeling. Not a misfire after all, but rather another beautiful intangible to put in my eternal treasure box.
May you also find your "everyday cathedral" in life!