We live in an age of busy schedules and seemingly endless demands. People try to find moments or oases of stillness through various means. Many turn to prayer for calm grounding. For instance, at this moment you have chosen to be still in order to read or listen to this editorial.
Opening up to a quiet fount of spiritual ideas stills thought that is fearful, muddled, or self-focused and leads to healing. Perhaps the psalmist described this type of prayer best when he wrote, “Be still, and know that I am God” (Psalms 46:10)…
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