The point isn’t the prayer, it’s praying.


When you clasp your hands in prayer you’re holding the hand of someone who’s asking for help. You’re giving aid. You are accepting help.

No one is listening but you.

I’ve long admired the blog linked above. Thought this entry isn’t explicitly about silence, there’s certainly much of same mired in the act of prayer.


About Eric Sandy

Graduate of Ohio U's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Staff writer for Cleveland Scene magazine.
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