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Q: Do you each have any final practical recommendation?

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The “mä’-gos” who traveled to Bethlehem to kneel and pay homage to the baby Mary bore, and to offer “gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh”, point the way for those who seek skills of wisdom for the journey of life.

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Recently I received an email from a student in a Study of Religion Class asking me “to answer some questions about contemplation and the Christian faith.” She may have got a little more than she bargained for as my reply to her questions exceeds 1,000 words.

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For all their spiritual rigour the teachers of the ancient Christian desert tradition, sought to keep their disciplines in perspective. They understood that asceticism is intended to support and never displace the practice of love. 

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Religion in general, especially in its Christian manifestation, is frequently identified with a long list of things the faithful are against. Sadly, believers are often characterized in popular culture by the things we oppose.

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What can one possibly say about the art Michael Grab creates?

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My life is my spiritual practice.

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A yoga student recently sent me an email describing comments made during class by the yoga teacher.

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(This post originally appeared at “Spiritually Speaking” http://www.timescolonist.com/opinion/blogs/spiritually-speaking-1.61091)

Wednesday is my holy day.

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If accurately quoted, it was almost certainly said with a wry smile. But, even as a joke, there is something deeply disturbing about the recently resigned Archbishop of Canterbury’s comment in Wales at the Hay Festival on Tuesday.

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