Prayer as a whole is not only in the words by which we invoke the divine mercy, but also in all the things which we do in the service of our Maker by the devotion of faith . . . For how could anyone invoke the Lord with words in every hour and moment without a break? But we pray without ceasing when we perform only those works which commend us by our godliness to our maker. –Venerable St. Bede from his Commentary on the Gospel of St. Mark*
May we all seek the Lord in every way we can. There is a Benedictine idea that work is prayer (let alone the Desert idea that prayer is work). When you work, especially in service to others, your deeds are prayer in action. Vacuuming, washing dishes, mowing the lawn, gathering the eggs from the chicken coop, shelving books at the bookstore, making a spreadsheet for your boss, checking a guest into the hotel where you work — this is prayer.
Thus can we pray without ceasing.
*I found the quotation on p. 34 of The Wisdom of the Anglo-Saxons, ed. Gordon Mursell.