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January 22, 2014 / Fantelius

Prayer Questions

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How many prayers are prayed a day?
How many get answered?
Are the odds of having a pray answered better or worse than winning a lottery?

What percentage of prayers ask to receive?
What percentage ask to give?
(Like in, ”Give me the strength to help.” or ”Show me the way to serve.”)

How many prayers are for other people?
How many prayers for health?
How many for things?
How many to win a lottery?

What does it cost to pray?
Is it true that you get what you pay for?

I’m just asking, but as the origin of the word pray meant to ask, I guess I’m just praying.

 

 

“Fear is here. It’s in the air.
The frightened stare, but see unclear,
pretend not to care, but are quite aware
it’s quite unfair to have but a prayer
for the many who share a simple square
while a privilegedaire gets a well-rounded share.”
Dartwill Aquila

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