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True Worship

"True Worship requires the commitment of the whole person. Reverence for the divine means recognizing the presence of the divine everywhere. Most importantly recognizing its activity within oneself. Respect for life in the form and in its essence of its being make one aware of the constancy of the divine. When this recognition gets to be a habit then one is always aware of the divine and so is always worshiping, and in worshiping coming more and more into communing with it in a way that makes one so familiar with the divine that oneness is the result. Soon you cannot tell where the divine ends and you begin, and this is how it should be.”

- Nq-on Kar, TRUE WORSHIP, November 27, 2002

Copyright 2002 Rev. Penny Donovan and Donald Gilbert. All rights reserved.

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