Jul 2, 2017

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PRAYER: FROM FACTS TO SPIRITUAL PRACTICE (PART 1) (Cầu nguyện: Từ sự kiện thực tế đến hoạt động tâm linh – phần 1)

PRAYER: FROM FACTS TO SPIRITUAL PRACTICE (PART 1) (Cầu nguyện: Từ sự kiện thực tế đến hoạt động tâm linh – phần 1) PRAYER: From Facts to Spiritual Practice (Part 1) The death of three people (including one child) and injury of  183 others (including 8 children) in a terror attack at Boston Marathon (USA) in April 2013 has left people around the world with deep regret and sadness. Students and volunteers held various forms of praying ceremonies. Members of religious sects showed their heart through sincere prayers. Such genuine wave of prayer has never taken place countrywide like that on that day of mourning! Candles were lighted, incense was burnt, funeral wreathes and bunches of flowers were respectfully put in front of their coffins during and after the funeral ceremony.  It seems that each time a publicly significant incident occurred, people begin to look for an ease of psychological stress – that is praying. Praying is not only a cultural behavior in spiritual activities but also a traditional practice of many nations


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