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I am once again made clean by frost and morning air, here in the presence of the moon. TM, Sign

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Why is it that, in the eyes of a certain cultured, highly-educated intellectual elite, religion remains the one worldview it is deemed politically correct to mock?

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The Trinity has no separation.

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Sometimes it is therapeutic just to pause and take in a small portion of the beauty.

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Notes from Diana Butler-Bass’ Saturday morning session at St. John the Divine Anglican Church, Victoria.

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Last week for three days in a row a great horned owl roosted in our back yard. He came early every morning, departed in the evening, and returned the next day. He sat perched not far from our house blending in to the gary oaks among which he sat peering out at the world all day.
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Lent offers a good opportunity to look at our life choices and examine the impact those choices have on the world around us. Most people I know are particularly concerned with the devastating impact their choices have on the environment we share with all other life forms on this planet.

But, few of us are willing to look seriously at the devastating impact our dietary choices may be having on creation. Food seems to be a topic we are reluctant to talk about.
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