Month: August 2016

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The Razor’s Edge Scripture: Ecclesiastes 4:4 And I saw that all toil and all achievement spring from one person’s envy of another. This too is meaningless, a chasing after the wind. From the Katha Upanishad: Sharp like a razor’s edge is the path, The sages say, difficult to traverse.   Thought for the Day: In the Hindu…

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Monday Meditation God of everlasting light, ask we praise your loving nature and embrace your invisible presence. Your energy touches our hearts. Your Holy Spirit shapes our souls. We come to you in humble service and infinite gratitude for all the ways, both known and unknown, you act in our lives and throughout the universe….

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Mark, case Matthew, Luke, John & Pokémon Our lives are an intricate dance between faith and culture. For as long as humans have been on the planet, our existence has been a sometimes not-so-subtle mixture of belief and bureaucracy; a complex ballet between our gods and our civilizations. As our cultures have become ever more…

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Monday Meditation Holy God, and who is never hidden from view, open our eyes, our hearts and our minds to your loving presence.   We know you are here today as you are, everyday. We also know we are too often blinded by the noise of society to notice you right here, right now, closer…

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