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"I Am Not I" Response

Looking at the first paragraph, the answer to “Who Am I ” is “I Am”. Its blurring the line between the question and answer. The question is becoming the answer, vice versa where the answer is becoming the question. 46 more words

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The Prompter Room

For Friday, November 4, 2016:

Among the great questions of the human heart, none is more central than the question, ‘Who am I?’  And among the great answers of the human spirit, none is more central than the experience of ‘I am.’  In fact, in the course of an intensely lived life – a normal human life filled with the search for Truth – this question and this answer eventually run parallel to each other, coming closer and closer together until the question becomes the answer and the answer becomes the question. 7 more words

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Kissing Icons, Swinging Censers: The Ancient Vibes of Eastern Orthodoxy

by Sam Buntz

The censer swings… and swings. The censer keeps swinging, persistently, throughout nearly the entirety of this Eastern Orthodox Church service in Central Connecticut—indeed, throughout the recorded history of Christendom. 1,651 more words