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Twelve: Its Spiritual Importance

According to Tom Harpur’s The Pagan Christ (Pages 86-88) In Luke’s Gospel, we read how Jesus’ parents took him to the temple for what today is called his bar mitzvah — his entry into adult responsibility to the Torah. But … Continue reading

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A Day at the Vice-Principal’s Office

I’m going to share a strange memory of Mr Dryden, Vice-Principal in charge of student discipline. During my first semester in Grade 9 (1964), I was standing on the sidelines of a Vikings football game. My friend, Dennis (last name … Continue reading

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Meditation Hour

I think one of the hardest disciplines to master is meditation. One’s mind is so full of noise that to try to sit still is nearly impossible. But with practice comes surprising success, so keep at it until you break … Continue reading

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