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Getting to

Neil Remington Abramson, a Presbyterian Elder, commented as follows, I have been studying Zen precepts. These are the sixteen Zen Buddhist precepts, equivalent to the Ten Commandments in the Judeo-Christian tradition. The initiate begins by studying the first five and … Continue reading

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The Work III

In relation to religious-referenced “work” and its application to meditation Neil Remington Abramson commented further, as follows: I have no problem with meditation. I think Christian meditation is very close to prayer, and Thomas Merton thought Christian meditation much the … Continue reading

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Calling

Wonder about so many women with religious callings who have reservations, since the call may not be fulfilled. The prohibition against a female acting as a priest in a Catholic service, even if having made similar religious vows as a … Continue reading

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