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Breathing light and exhaling dark

Sometimes, when looking at the ceiling of the cathedral, I wonder if those slight marks are smudges left by our angel wings. I wonder what soars up there, like an upside-down water fall, as we pray together. I wonder if the tips of our wings brush the stone. I think they do.

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Speaking to the Soul: Come Away

Certainly there was a parallel in the conversations – him pouring out his heart into my sympathetic silence, me pouring out my heart into God’s sympathetic silence.

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Kneading our daily bread

When I ask for “my daily bread” what is underneath my request of God in “The Lord’s Prayer” is not simply bread, but the kind of real honesty which bread implies. Give me integrity – a real thing being a real thing. Let me be real by knowing who I am, knowing what I want

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A Rule of Life: Prayer

This originally appeared as part of the Daily Sip, a ministry of St John’s Cathedral in Denver, CO by Charles LaFond     This is

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Speaking to the Soul: Friends

It feels like life is just too busy for me to just sit quietly and enter into a companionable silence with God. I think of gotten out of the habit. Perhaps that’s what the hymn is trying to remind me …

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