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Posted August 14, 2008
Deeply Respectful of Different Forms of Prayer
While primarily addressing the Nichiren Buddhist prayer of chanting Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo, this book also reminds us that 'A person of deep prayer is never deadlocked.' In a society that embraces freedom of religion, it is interesting to have a volume of thoughts on prayer that are not non-sectarian, but are at the same time deeply respectful of different forms of prayer: 'To offer prayers is to conduct a dialogue, an exchange, with the universe.' Without arguing one religion against another, the author simply states the human need for prayer: 'With sincere prayer and action, our desires cannot possibly fail to be fulfilled.'
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