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August 25, 2006


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The practice of silent prayer is part of the Anglican Order of Julian of Norwich. Silence as a practice of awaiting, allowing, accepting, and attending to whatever God chooses to reveal or not.


I wish that this topic would be welcomed by church leadwership to bring about unity and hope when churches struggle through hard times. Most of us as individuals have experienced some or all of the above scenarios shared. You can,t hide a corpse forever, but there is often the attempt to disguise an elephant as if it really belongs in the house. nh

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