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Sacred Objects: Tears

“There is a sacredness in tears,” writes American author Washington Irving. “They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues.” But how so? I want

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The Influence of the Life and Work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On Today’s Religious Faiths

Delivered at the 2nd Annual Cobb County SCLC/MLK Interfaith Forum Days before his assassination, Dr. King said to Harry Belafonte, “Are we integrating into a burning house?” Now this is a remarkable q

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Sacred Objects: Stones

What does it mean to be a spiritual being having a human experience? In every place, and in every time, where people engage the depths and heights of their best and most enlightened values and aspirat

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Deepen Into The Heart

The silent snow comes down white and weightless; snowfall makes no noise, falls as forgetting falls, flake after flake. These words of Miguel de Unamuno help me to understand my experience this past F

12/10/2017 08:42:11 AM

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Practicing Reverence

Listen to two stories that illustrate how ancient cultures prized reverence as one of the highest virtues. The first comes from the Pygmy people of the Central African nation of the Congo Republic. On

12/03/2017 07:39:21 AM

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