We danced and swayed to the mystical tune

In the pouring rain and under the blazing sun

You made me laugh, we squealed together

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As a journalist who covers religion and ethnic diversity, I strive to respect spiritual people and everyone else.

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Well, it’s not actually a course. It’s a round-table presentation on Thursday, Jan. 15th. And it’s also not A Course in Miracles, as made famous by New Age teacher Marianne Williamson. 475 more words

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