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The Magazine: The Habit

I have lots of habits. Some are bad, like never turning the lights off when I leave a room; others are good, for instance I’m usually prompt. But my best habit is the one I wear as a Sister in the Anamchara Fellowship. Every time I put it on I think of Paul’s description of the full armor of God

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The Magazine: Solitude and Encounter

by Sarah Brock

Making choices is one of those inevitable bits of living life. We make them every day. Little decisions that are so insignificant they are made unthinkingly and big decisions that we know will be life-changing. It has been my experience, and perhaps it is true for you as well, that the more significant the decision, the more significant the experience of loss that accompanies it. Sure, choosing coffee over tea for my morning cup has almost no impact […]

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