Marion v. The Curt Jester

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From the Comments Box below, but worthy of greater circulation. What a glorious way to start my very favorite month of the year!

Mr. Riddle, this is totally off topic, so please forgive me, but here goes...what would the blog and combox postings of souls TOTALLY devoted to contemplative prayer look like?

One possibility follows:

October 1, 2004


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Posted by Jane Smith 2:21 p.m. 10/1/04


Posted by Al Jones 3:36 p.m. 10/1/04


Posted by Jane Smith 4:01 p.m. 10/1/04


Posted by Henry White 6:21 p.m. 10/1/04

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As one who belongs to the "To Contemplate and Share with Others the Fruits of Contemplation" community, I would only like to add, that sometimes the most nourishing fruit one can share might be an ardent, holy, and prayerful silence.

Thank you, Mr. Riddle, for your kindness.

I was once going to start of St. Therere parody blog once with the quote where she says something about talking to God versus talking about God and then have various blank posts. I never could find the quote where she said something to that effect.



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